# Pizza Fractions

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This fraction activity will help students understand fractions as part of a whole. Students can make their own pizza after completing this actvity. ...

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The next time you teach comparing fractions, try this fun activity! Before I begin my comparing fraction lesson, I write these two fractions on the board: 3/4 and 5/8. I ask the students, "Would you rather have 3/4 of a cake or 5/8 of a cake?" The students always choose 5/8 because they think that is the bigger fraction. That's when I take out the fraction pieces and remind students how to read a fraction. I show the students how to make 3 of the 4 pieces and 5 of the 8 pieces and compare…

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Here you will find our selections of Equivalent Fractions Worksheet which will help your child learn to spot and understand when two fractions are equivalent.

This is the direction sheet I used for our Pizza box fractions project. These projects were made in actually pizza boxes donated by a local pizza shop:) ...

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Engage students with a variety of Fraction Number Puzzles that provide practice with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and placing fractions on a number line. These Fraction Number Puzzles are part of my Third Grade Number Puzzles. They are a perfect tool for math stations or math centers and can be used all year long. What are the Fraction Number Puzzles? There are six different Fraction Number Puzzles. Each focuses on a slightly different aspect of partitioning fractions…

Bring fractions and the concept of what is a fraction to life. This yummy fractions project uses pizza toppings to help deepen fourth grade students understanding of what is a fraction.

I wanted to share a fun project my kiddos did. We had been working on fractions and I wanted to come up with a little fun that would reinforce some of what they learned as well as let them have some fun being creative. WARNING.....LOTS of pictures ahead....they all were so unique and creative, I had to share them all:) Directions Google Doc HERE We were fortunate enough to have a local pizza place donate enough boxes so each of my kids could have one. This is the first time I have done this…

These are just a few of the stuff I create when I have the time to spare. I use them in centers for my class. Fraction Strips - The s...

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This activity packet includes 4 instructional posters and 4 activity worksheets. INSTRUCTIONAL POSTERS: For each poster ask students the following questions: How many slices is the pizza divided into? How many slices have _____________ (ingredient)? With these posters, students have the chance to ...

Pizza Fractions Project! - This activity was a great way to incorporate fractions and creativity all in one project!

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Just wanted to share some fraction freebies that I created for my kids. My second graders loved them! Four Leaf Fraction Game Pizza Parts: Fraction Models Center Cards Pizza Parts: Comparing Fractions Center Cards