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Fraction Action [Reading] ➷ Fraction Action Author Loreen Leedy – Polishdarling.co.uk Animal students explore fraction problems and answers Animal students explore fraction problems and answers.


10 thoughts on “Fraction Action

  1. Shari Shari says:

    We loved this book about fractions Had lots of fun acting out characters and their fraction problems Great living math book.


  2. Jackie Jackie says:

    Absolutely LOVED it I will definitely make use of this next year when introduction fractions to my second graders The story is made up of blurbs which assist lower level readers The teacher in the story teaches her student s about halves, thirds, fourths, and fifths The teacher uses an overhead, and I would have my students to draw the fractions on their own paper during reading I would read the story aloud and challenge my students to think of and or illustrate real life examples as ill Absolutely LOVED it I will definitely make use of this next year when introduction fractions to my second graders The story is made up of blurbs which assist lower level readers The teacher in the story teaches her student s about halves, thirds, fourths, and fifths The teacher uses an overhead, and I would have my students to draw the fractions on their own paper during reading I would read the story aloud and challenge my students to think of and or illustrate real life examples as illustrated in the book of examples of fractions At the end when the students have to test the teacher, I would have my students to create their own fraction problems to be complied on a test, or even have a game of teacher vs students 2 5


  3. Joanie Joanie says:

    Teaching fractions can be a difficult concept for some students to grasp and this book is a great visual resource to have when introducing fractions to your students The book has some wonderful examples of fractions and it s simplified for students to follow Although its a nice book to read prior to a lesson, it is a bit lengthy so I probably wouldn t read it entirely aloud but I will have it for students to use during math centers They can use the book to extend their understanding and come Teaching fractions can be a difficult concept for some students to grasp and this book is a great visual resource to have when introducing fractions to your students The book has some wonderful examples of fractions and it s simplified for students to follow Although its a nice book to read prior to a lesson, it is a bit lengthy so I probably wouldn t read it entirely aloud but I will have it for students to use during math centers They can use the book to extend their understanding and come up with new example of things that can be split into fractions


  4. Julian Julian says:

    An absolutel great book to teach primary grades 1st 3rd fractions You definitely want to buy this book. Six Small Chapters Visually appealing to children the picture are simple and are consistent with the numerical representations. Ask children to use their imagination. Comes with age appropriate questions and answers in the back sshhh


  5. Kasmarine Kasmarine says:

    Miss Prime and her animal students learn, explore, and discover fraction by looking for many examples in their daily life experiences and the world around them This book gives teacher tips to teach fraction The text makes it fun for children to learn and understand fractions by using colorful illustrations and short narrative stories for problem solving.


  6. Jo Oehrlein Jo Oehrlein says:

    The math is good, but if someone doesn t already understand the concepts, I don t think you should dothan a 2 page spread a day.There s no story line It looks a lot like colorful worksheets, but without any problems for you to do yourself.


  7. Mary Thomas Mary Thomas says:

    Okay as a basic introduction but not probably something I d read to my fifth graders.


  8. Kalisha Mohammed Kalisha Mohammed says:

    After reading this book aloud to my students, I will tell my students that they are going to become fraction experts by identifying fractions I will give each student some Play doh The students will work with Play doh on wax paper Each student will seperate their Play doh into three equal parts and form rectangles out of each part Students will use their popsicle stick to cut one of their rectangles into two equal sized parts I will point out to the students that there may bethan one After reading this book aloud to my students, I will tell my students that they are going to become fraction experts by identifying fractions I will give each student some Play doh The students will work with Play doh on wax paper Each student will seperate their Play doh into three equal parts and form rectangles out of each part Students will use their popsicle stick to cut one of their rectangles into two equal sized parts I will point out to the students that there may bethan one way to do so I will walk around and monitor the students and invite them to go to the whiteboard and draw a picture of how they separated their rectangles I will use one of the ideas that the students have presented to demonstrate how to write 1 2 on the board I will explain the meaning of the denominator and the numerator to the students I will have the students use a toothpick to the write the fraction on each half of the square I will have the students repeat this activity by introducing 1 3 and 1 4 with the remaining two rectangles


  9. Olivia Bailey Olivia Bailey says:

    I love these books It helps make lessons through the literature It is done in a humorous and classroom setting I feel that the students can relate to the book since it is about learning in a classroom just like them.Since this book has 5 different chapters about fractions, I would do a lesson on each chapter I would read the story and have a related activity for the students to do The book includes topics basic fractions halves, thirds, etc , cutting objects in equal parts sandwiches , f I love these books It helps make lessons through the literature It is done in a humorous and classroom setting I feel that the students can relate to the book since it is about learning in a classroom just like them.Since this book has 5 different chapters about fractions, I would do a lesson on each chapter I would read the story and have a related activity for the students to do The book includes topics basic fractions halves, thirds, etc , cutting objects in equal parts sandwiches , fractions of a set, dividing things equally, tally marks, adding fractions, comparing fractions,and money These are all important concepts that students must know After doing these activities, I would have the students make a fraction book where they describe what fractions they made and illustrate them They would have their experience and a self made book to reflect on the major aspects of fractions


  10. Stephanie Field Stephanie Field says:

    Miss Prime teaches her class of five students about fractions and how to divide objects, such as food, into fractions A few of her students then apply what they have learned to making lunch for their friends and selling lemonade The students are then able to give Miss Prime a test at the end to show her what they have learned.I think this book is the very best book I have read about math because it explains fractions by using objects that students relate too It uses food or shapes to show t Miss Prime teaches her class of five students about fractions and how to divide objects, such as food, into fractions A few of her students then apply what they have learned to making lunch for their friends and selling lemonade The students are then able to give Miss Prime a test at the end to show her what they have learned.I think this book is the very best book I have read about math because it explains fractions by using objects that students relate too It uses food or shapes to show the different portions and compare which fractions are the largest This allows the reader to learn visually and be entertained by the bright illustrations and fun animal characters Also, after teaching about the functions of fractions, this book gives some scenarios where fractions are used in children s daily life which is always important when teaching a student a new concept


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10 thoughts on “Fraction Action

  1. Shari Shari says:

    We loved this book about fractions Had lots of fun acting out characters and their fraction problems Great living math book.


  2. Jackie Jackie says:

    Absolutely LOVED it I will definitely make use of this next year when introduction fractions to my second graders The story is made up of blurbs which assist lower level readers The teacher in the story teaches her student s about halves, thirds, fourths, and fifths The teacher uses an overhead, and I would have my students to draw the fractions on their own paper during reading I would read the story aloud and challenge my students to think of and or illustrate real life examples as ill Absolutely LOVED it I will definitely make use of this next year when introduction fractions to my second graders The story is made up of blurbs which assist lower level readers The teacher in the story teaches her student s about halves, thirds, fourths, and fifths The teacher uses an overhead, and I would have my students to draw the fractions on their own paper during reading I would read the story aloud and challenge my students to think of and or illustrate real life examples as illustrated in the book of examples of fractions At the end when the students have to test the teacher, I would have my students to create their own fraction problems to be complied on a test, or even have a game of teacher vs students 2 5


  3. Joanie Joanie says:

    Teaching fractions can be a difficult concept for some students to grasp and this book is a great visual resource to have when introducing fractions to your students The book has some wonderful examples of fractions and it s simplified for students to follow Although its a nice book to read prior to a lesson, it is a bit lengthy so I probably wouldn t read it entirely aloud but I will have it for students to use during math centers They can use the book to extend their understanding and come Teaching fractions can be a difficult concept for some students to grasp and this book is a great visual resource to have when introducing fractions to your students The book has some wonderful examples of fractions and it s simplified for students to follow Although its a nice book to read prior to a lesson, it is a bit lengthy so I probably wouldn t read it entirely aloud but I will have it for students to use during math centers They can use the book to extend their understanding and come up with new example of things that can be split into fractions


  4. Julian Julian says:

    An absolutel great book to teach primary grades 1st 3rd fractions You definitely want to buy this book. Six Small Chapters Visually appealing to children the picture are simple and are consistent with the numerical representations. Ask children to use their imagination. Comes with age appropriate questions and answers in the back sshhh


  5. Kasmarine Kasmarine says:

    Miss Prime and her animal students learn, explore, and discover fraction by looking for many examples in their daily life experiences and the world around them This book gives teacher tips to teach fraction The text makes it fun for children to learn and understand fractions by using colorful illustrations and short narrative stories for problem solving.


  6. Jo Oehrlein Jo Oehrlein says:

    The math is good, but if someone doesn t already understand the concepts, I don t think you should dothan a 2 page spread a day.There s no story line It looks a lot like colorful worksheets, but without any problems for you to do yourself.


  7. Mary Thomas Mary Thomas says:

    Okay as a basic introduction but not probably something I d read to my fifth graders.


  8. Kalisha Mohammed Kalisha Mohammed says:

    After reading this book aloud to my students, I will tell my students that they are going to become fraction experts by identifying fractions I will give each student some Play doh The students will work with Play doh on wax paper Each student will seperate their Play doh into three equal parts and form rectangles out of each part Students will use their popsicle stick to cut one of their rectangles into two equal sized parts I will point out to the students that there may bethan one After reading this book aloud to my students, I will tell my students that they are going to become fraction experts by identifying fractions I will give each student some Play doh The students will work with Play doh on wax paper Each student will seperate their Play doh into three equal parts and form rectangles out of each part Students will use their popsicle stick to cut one of their rectangles into two equal sized parts I will point out to the students that there may bethan one way to do so I will walk around and monitor the students and invite them to go to the whiteboard and draw a picture of how they separated their rectangles I will use one of the ideas that the students have presented to demonstrate how to write 1 2 on the board I will explain the meaning of the denominator and the numerator to the students I will have the students use a toothpick to the write the fraction on each half of the square I will have the students repeat this activity by introducing 1 3 and 1 4 with the remaining two rectangles


  9. Olivia Bailey Olivia Bailey says:

    I love these books It helps make lessons through the literature It is done in a humorous and classroom setting I feel that the students can relate to the book since it is about learning in a classroom just like them.Since this book has 5 different chapters about fractions, I would do a lesson on each chapter I would read the story and have a related activity for the students to do The book includes topics basic fractions halves, thirds, etc , cutting objects in equal parts sandwiches , f I love these books It helps make lessons through the literature It is done in a humorous and classroom setting I feel that the students can relate to the book since it is about learning in a classroom just like them.Since this book has 5 different chapters about fractions, I would do a lesson on each chapter I would read the story and have a related activity for the students to do The book includes topics basic fractions halves, thirds, etc , cutting objects in equal parts sandwiches , fractions of a set, dividing things equally, tally marks, adding fractions, comparing fractions,and money These are all important concepts that students must know After doing these activities, I would have the students make a fraction book where they describe what fractions they made and illustrate them They would have their experience and a self made book to reflect on the major aspects of fractions


  10. Stephanie Field Stephanie Field says:

    Miss Prime teaches her class of five students about fractions and how to divide objects, such as food, into fractions A few of her students then apply what they have learned to making lunch for their friends and selling lemonade The students are then able to give Miss Prime a test at the end to show her what they have learned.I think this book is the very best book I have read about math because it explains fractions by using objects that students relate too It uses food or shapes to show t Miss Prime teaches her class of five students about fractions and how to divide objects, such as food, into fractions A few of her students then apply what they have learned to making lunch for their friends and selling lemonade The students are then able to give Miss Prime a test at the end to show her what they have learned.I think this book is the very best book I have read about math because it explains fractions by using objects that students relate too It uses food or shapes to show the different portions and compare which fractions are the largest This allows the reader to learn visually and be entertained by the bright illustrations and fun animal characters Also, after teaching about the functions of fractions, this book gives some scenarios where fractions are used in children s daily life which is always important when teaching a student a new concept


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