I really like these foldable notes. Obviously, to be done with older grades.

This Operations with Rational Numbers paper chain activity was the perfect way to get my 7th grade Math students practicing adding, subtracting, multiplying, & dividing rational numbers. I love that it includes Decimals, Fractions, Positives, and Negatives. I also love that it gets progressively harder to challenger those more advanced students.

Foldable for operations with fractions.

GREAT FOR DWU! Do you have students that struggle with fractions? Try out this daily fraction printable to build their fraction knowledge. Works on equivalent fractions, creating equations using fractions, number lines with fractions, and fraction models.

Homeschool for high school

You can use this Indian Corn seasonal math craft to teach fractions and decimals.

March madnes would be mine. They're are so many great stories of upsets. They're are Cinderella stories where bad teams end up beating the good teams. I never know what will happen

I like this layout to separate the different steps as notes - Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators: PowerPoint Lesson and Practice Sheets

I could actually have the class turn in a recipe that involves fractions to make a cook book.

These coloring pages provide a great way to review student understanding of basic operations with fractions and mixed numbers. Assign as homework, classwork or something fun to do after an assessment. *Adding and Subtracting Fractions *Multiplying and Dividing Fractions *Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers *Multiply and Divide Mixed Numbers *Converting Fractions to Decimals