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Fraction Activities | Fractions on a Number Line | 3rd Grade Guided Math


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These fraction activities were created to introduce, practice, and review fractions, fractions on a number line, comparing fractions, and equivalent fractions. It includes 20 days worth of lesson plans filled with activities and games to be used as a guide. These plans follow a guided math format that include a warm up, mini whole group lesson, independent practice, and small group ideas for you to use in your classroom.

All fraction activities come in color and black and white. Center direction and recording pages are included along with answer keys. Here is what you’ll get with this unit.

Here is the wide range of fraction lessons that you will get with this unit:

✏️ Vocabulary Posters

✏️ Anchor Chart

✏️ Fraction Games

✏️ Lesson Plans

✏️ Day 1 (Introducing Fractions)

✏️ Day 2 (Introduce Numerator and Denominator)

✏️ Day 3 (Identifying Fractions)

✏️ Day 4 (Unit Fractions)

✏️ Day 5 (Parts of a Group)

✏️ Day 6 (Fractions on a Number Line)

✏️ Day 7 (Fractions on a Number Line)

✏️ Day 8 (Composing Fractions)

✏️ Day 9 (Decomposing Fractions)

✏️ Day 10 (Fraction Review)

✏️ Day 11 (Comparing Fractions with the same Demoniator)

✏️ Day 12 (Comparing Fractions with the same Demoniator)

✏️ Day 13 (Comparing Fractions with the same Numerator)

✏️ Day 14 (Comparing Fractions with the same Numerator)

✏️ Day 15 (Comparing Fractions Review)

✏️ Day 16 (Equivalent Fractions)

✏️ Day 17 (Equivalent Fractions)

✏️ Day 18 (Equivalent Fractions)

✏️ Day 19 (Fraction Review)

✏️ Day 20 (Fraction Review and Assessment)

✏️ Higher Order Thinking Questions

✏️ Extra Activities
 to Use All Year

These fraction lesson plans are filled with hands on engagement and interactive notebook activities. Games and task cards are included which make for a quick and easy set up for math rotations.

Not only are they are perfect for math centers and can be used all year long, but they are perfect for building the foundation of learning fractions!

You will not find lots of worksheets in this unit, rather, more hands-on activities that will engage students in their work!

If you have any questions about this unit please let me know and I’ll be glad to help. Click on the preview to get a closer look.


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