I remember leaving my third grade classroom when I was a little girl and walking to piano lessons (crying all the way), because I didn't understand fractions. I don't want my own third graders to feel that way these many, many years later, so I'm doing all I can to make fractions fun and understandable for them. Click on the pic below to download a matching game.

Please leave a comment if you download!

Please leave a comment if you download!

If you are working on fractions and missed my earlier posts on fraction activities the first time around, here are links to three. Just click on the pics to go to the posts.

Happy Saturday!

thank you mary - lovin' ginger's bright clip art!

ReplyDeleteGinger's art just makes me want to do more! Thanks for visiting.

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Ya'll are too sweet! =)

DeleteI just started my fractions unit. All of these activities are fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing!

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Hopelessly Devoted to TeachingI'll be posting more fraction activities in the coming week.

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Thanks, Mary!

ReplyDeleteI'll be starting fractions later this month.

Thanks so much.

Jennifer

Lifelong Learning

Keep checking back. I'll be posting more soon.

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Those are awesome. Thanks for always sharing the best stuff!!

ReplyDeleteStarting fractions this week! DUN DUN DUNNN! Thanks for the downloads!

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Third Grade in the First State

Thanks so much, Mary. Your stuff always "hits the spot!"

ReplyDeleteOMGosh... we are in the midst of our fraction unit in Math. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

ReplyDeleteSquirrel-Bottom Diaries:o)My next observation is on fractions, so I'll be posting more goodies soon.

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YOU ROCK! Thank you for always sharing! Blessings to you!

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Stapler’s Strategies for Sizzlin' Second Graders!Started fractions Thursday (gr. 2)...let me tell you that learning two new things (equal sized parts and denominator telling the number of parts) was two too many ideas for mine to hold onto! Looking forward to trying this game. Thank you for sharing JUST WHEN I NEED IT!

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Thank you so much for sharing all of your wonderful games! I love that you are willing to share them for free. My class always LOVES playing them. :) These fraction games will be the perfect addition to my fraction unit that I will soon be starting. Thank you again! :)

ReplyDeleteThese are A.MAZING!!!! Thanks so much for sharing. I will put them to good use in my classroom! :)

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Thank you so much!! I start fractions tomorrow and this is going to be a great help!

ReplyDeleteBarrow's Hodgepodgethank you!!!!!!

ReplyDeleteI love the faction games. Even I can do them :)

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ReplyDeleteI picked up your fractions. . . they look great. I added some just tonight to my blog. . pop on over and see if they fit your needs.

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Patty

Second In LineFractions are so hard for my students, thanks for making them colorful and fun!

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ReplyDeleteHi!!! Thank you for your freebie! I was wondering if you could help me, I bought the clip art several months ago, but I don't know how to give it color like you did! Will you be kind to guide me with it?

ReplyDeleteI will really appreciate your help!! :)

Oh! I forgot! my email is slahoz83@hotmail.com :)

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ReplyDeleteLove your website and freebies. So glad I came across it on pinterest. Will be checking in more often.

Thanks so much from down here in Texas!

OMG- your stuff is awesome- so colorful and timely. I am just starting fractions so this is a huge find. I have signed up- I am now a follower and huge fan.

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for sharing.

I've been looking for some fraction activities that will motivate my Year 3s. Thanks for sharing!

ReplyDeleteMary, how sweet of you to be so willing to share your cute creations! Much appreciated!

ReplyDeleteWow!!! I feel like it's Christmas for me today! Thank you for sharing all of your amazing creations!! I am loving these fraction review games and can't wait to use them in my classroom! I am definitely a follower now!

ReplyDeleteThis link is not working for me. Did you take it down? I would love to have a copy. Everything you make is so good I don't know how you have time to make these and teach to. You must be wonder woman. If I can get a copy my email is TueTeach@charter.net. Thanks for everything you have put out there. I'm loving all of it.

ReplyDeleteThis is such a fun tool! I'm looking forward to playing this with my children over the summer! Thank you for being so creative!

ReplyDeleteYour activities are amazing. Thank you so much for sharing.

ReplyDeleteThanks for all the great stuff!

ReplyDeleteI can't wait to try these fraction games in math choice! Thanks so much for sharing.

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for these great activities! I cannot wait to have my students use them.

ReplyDeleteCan't wait to use the memory game with my kids! Thanks!

ReplyDeleteHi, I'm a tutor and am working with a fifth grader on her fractions. I downloaded the fraction cards and my student enjoys matching the pictures with the numerical fractions. I want to add mixed numbers and improper fractions to the mix to match her existing cards. Would you be able to tell me how you got the border for the cards, as well as how to make the pie pictures? Do you have a template that you might be able to share?

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for posting, it's so much easier for my student to visualize and understand fractions with these cards!

thanks so much for this activity - just what I was looking for.

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Tama

Thank you, so bright and fun!

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ReplyDeleteHello - I'm in my first year of teaching, and I love your resources! You've saved me so much time, and your tasks are so fun and beautiful to use :)

ReplyDeleteDownloaded the fractions memory! Super cute! thanks

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