# Fractions of shapes

This could be good for the beginning or ending section of a lesson on fraction parts...

Great fractions tips on this blog post!! One of the tips: Use dough to practice halves fourths eighths etc.

Fractions. Looking at a whole, halves and quarters of different shapes.

Build student's concept of equal/unequal parts prior to beginning a study of fractions. Students will sort shapes to determine if they are divided into equal parts or unequal parts.The sort includes 12 shape pieces that are divided equally or unequally into halves, thirds, and fourths.

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Fractions in First Grade: Cut and paste fraction shapes - fun practice

NZ Maths - no picture, but a really good site. Lots and lots of hands on activities for numeracy, covering all strands.

parts of a 3D shape foldable also #7 is good for ordering fractions and for timelines!

Right angle gobblers! Great for teaching right angles in a practical way.

GIANT SHAPE MATCH: Check out this awesome indoor math activity for toddlers and preschoolers; an awesome rainy day activity; quick and easy to set up; easy toddler activity; easy preschool activity; diy math activity

This makes the perfect introduction to fractions! Students will look at various shapes split into parts and decide whether they are split equally or not equally with this hands-on sorting activity. Then, they will have the opportunity to display their understanding of equal parts vs.

Fractions in First Grade: Practing equal shares by sorting shapes with equal parts and unequal parts

Lego-Fraction-Games-for-Kids-Learning-Activity

A Math Mystery for Christmas using problems on area, shape and fractions to find the correct code to gain each clue. Can you find out which type of cookies were taken from Santa's workshop and solve the mystery of the cookie culprit?

Going on a Living and Nonliving Hunt, great idea love the concept to begin teaching living organisms

This bundle includes a dozen printable sets of 36 cards for Grade 3 math. Topics include fractions on the number line, fractions of shapes, area, ,perimeter, multiplication, and more. Just print any set on plain paper, cut apart, and play one of four games.