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# Fraction Fun

This takes the fear out of math and puts the fun back in.

Paperback, 32 pages

Published
January 1st 1996
by Holiday House

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Math

I liked that this book included hands-on activities, but I wish there had been more "book" to it before they got to the activities. I think that it would have benefited from including more about where we see fractions in every day life. But I really liked the paper plate activity to show fractions and I would definitely use that in a class to show fractions. I liked that they showed fractions in other ways than pizza and round shapes, as well.

I would use this in a classroom, pr ...more

May 07, 2015
Jason Stalides
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I was impressed/glad my boys were interested in this.

6th Grade Common Core Standards:

Ratios and Proportions

6.RP.2

6.RP.3.a

*Available at Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Libraries*

Recommended grade level: 1-5

Real life examples of when to use fractions

Instructions for how to use fractions

Lots of activities to do

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Adler was born in New York City, New York. He graduated from Queens College in 1968 with a bachelor's degree in economics and education. For the next nine years, he worked as a mathematics teacher for the New York City Board of Education, while taking classes towards a master's degree in marketing, a degree he was awarded by New York University in 1971. In that same year, a question from his then-
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