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Go to: http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/fractions/index.html (opens a new window)
Description: Activities designed to introduce fractions in a concept-building way, together with a page for teachers with implementation ideas and standards links. The activities can be done on computers with Internet access and/or with square grid paper printed out and used along with the electronic images. On the "More Practice" pages, students color online on a square grid. Exercises are checked on-line, and teachers can record the results. Practice answers are hidden under a tab so that students can easily check their answers. A Spanish version can be accessed at http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/fractions/spindex.html
Technology Type: Computer
Author: Cynthia Lanius
Language: English, Spanish
Cost: Does not require payment for use

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Courses: Math 2 Fractions
Math 3 Writing fractions, Equivalent fractions
Math 4 Writing fractions, Equivalent fractions, Comparing and ordering, Simplifying fractions, Adding fractions
Math 5 Writing fractions, Equivalent fractions, Comparing & ordering, Simplifying fractions, Adding fractions, Multiplying fractions
Math 6 Writing fractions, Equivalent fractions, Comparing & ordering, Simplifying fractions, Adding fractions, Multiplying fractions

 Teacher Review (Not based on classroom experience) Reviewer: Sherri26, Jun 10 2008 04:15:09:897PM Appropriate for: introduction to a concept, practice of skills and understandings Ability to meet my goals: Effective Recommended for: Math 2: FractionsMath 3: FractionsMath 4: FractionsMath 5: Fractions Read the full length reviews for this resource
 Mark Van Comment: I like the way this program introduces fractions, uses terms other than shaded or unshaded, gives practice in determining fractions as part of a group, and the immediate feedback the students receive.