This fraction dominoes puzzle asks students to arrange an entire set of dominoes (except for the 0:0 tile) to form six correct addition equations involving fractions. Each domino tile should be considered as a fraction. This puzzle is the creation of L.P. Mochalov. I originally found the puzzle in Mochalov’s Totally Tough Brainteasers book, but …

# Fractions

Enhance fraction skills with an engaging fraction war card game! This game will give your students plenty of practice comparing fractions by finding common denominators.

I can’t remember exactly how I ran across this Chinese equivalent fractions task, but I really like it. Fill in the blank to create equivalent fractions.

Today I’m sharing an equivalent fractions card sort activity I recently created. My Math Concepts students are currently working through a self-paced review of all things fractions. One key skill for my students to wrap their minds around is the idea of equivalent fractions. Proof this skill is important: I still have students in my …

We had some fun playing the Fraction Capture Game in Math Concepts. We haven’t reviewed improper fractions yet, so we’ll get another chance to play with an increased level of strategy after that.

If you haven’t tried “Quarter the Cross” yet with your students, what are you waiting for??? Not sure what “Quarter the Cross” is? You must stop immediately and read David Butler’s blog post about it! David has created a hundred solutions to this puzzle and made them into a beautiful graphic. Seriously, stop reading this …

I created this fraction review foldable to review adding/subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, and dividing fractions with my Algebra 2 students. After my recent post on practicing fraction operations with a question stack, several commenters asked how exactly I reviewed fractions with my students. I have done it several ways in the past. I used to …

Some times lessons go really well. Sometimes they totally flop. Today, I had both of those happen in Algebra 2. Now, they did happen in different class periods. Yesterday, we did a fast and furious review of fraction operations. I usually do this write before we jump into rational functions, but I’m including a review …

Guess what I’m posting today. Yup. Another poster. 😀 I won’t be allowed to start decorating my classroom until late next week, so I’ve been compensating by making new stuff to decorate it with. Back in January, Elissa posted her Dividing by Zero? posters that were inspired by this pin. I decided these had to …