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Hands-On Math: Understanding Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
In this one-time course, students will use hands-on materials to explore and develop an understanding of mixed numbers and improper fractions.
Denise H. (M.Ed.)
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In this course, students will use provided hands-on materials to explore and gain an understanding of mixed numbers and improper fractions. We will start the class by exploring each concept individually, using fraction circles to model the numbers and discuss how each model matches the given value. We will then build on this knowledge by exploring equivalent mixed numbers and improper fractions represented by fraction circle models. At the end of this lesson we will play a Bingo game during...
I will provide a printable file of the fraction circles that students will need to use during class. The fraction circles should be printed and cut out prior to class. I will also provide a file containing a blank Bingo card that should be printed for class as well. Students will also need a pencil, blank sheet of paper, and objects to use to cover the Bingo card during the game.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Denise H. (M.Ed.)Believe you can and you're halfway there!
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3 completed classes
Hi everyone! My name is Denise and I'm so excited to meet all of you! I am a former public school teacher with 11 years of classroom teaching experience and 3 years of experience as a district level math specialist. I have a Bachelor's degree in...