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|Reading the room and partitioning shapes!|
|Save paper! Laminate your task cards and have the kiddos write their answers right on the card using dry erase!|
Then we worked on the “naming” of fractional pieces. We used this 3- tab booklet to help solidify halves, thirds, and fourths
On the top of the tab, the kids wrote a “kid-friendly” definition of the words. Then they sketched four examples on the bottom. They also worked on this skill during our math centers time.
As a review for our fraction vocabulary we played a fraction inspired, “I Have… Who Has…”
|Be sure to re-download my “Fractions” unit on TpT to grab up this game!|
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