Complete the following IXL online and be sure to turn in your reflection on Monday.2) Fraction Flip Book
Follow the directions on this video to create a flip book or use directions below. You may use construction or computer paper.
- Place three different pieces of construction or computer paper on top of each other with the bottom edge about 1 inch apart.
- At about the middle of the top piece of paper, fold from the back until the top of that paper is about 1 inch from the bottom of that piece. You should have 6 folded pieces of paper on top of each other at about 1 inch apart.
- Put 2 to 3 staples at the top edge to connect all of the papers.
1st flap: Fraction Flip Book
2nd flap: Equivalent Fractions and Lowest Terms
3rd flap: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
4th flap: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (unlike denominators)
5th flap: Multiplying Fractions
6th flap: Dividing Fractions
- For the 1st flap, decorate it.
- For the 2nd flap, write a definition for equivalent fraction and lowest term. Provide at least one example for each and additional information if necessary.
- For the 3rd flap, write a definition for improper fraction and mixed number. Provide at least one example for each and additional information if necessary.
Due on Monday 1/30.