The computer has selected a fraction at random. Your job is to determine the fraction by guessing. The computer will tell you if you are too high or too low. A great way for students to practice ordering fractions.
Here is a variety of interactive fraction activities to reinforce fraction concepts.
Fraction Flags (halves and quarters)
Fraction Flags (thirds)
Fraction Paint (2 by 2)
Fraction Paint (3 by 3)
Fraction Paint (4 by 4)
Fraction Paint (5 by 5)
Fraction Paint (6 by 6)
Students play a version of Connect Four, gaining the chance to place a piece on the board by answering questions about simplify fractions, converting fractions to decimals and percents, as well as algebra questions involving fractions.
There are 13 ways to divide the square in half Can your class find them all?
Students have to scale the balloon to just the right size so it is small enough to fit between the planks but large enough to pop the balloon. A lovely activity on comparing the size of fractions.
Tangrams are a versatile manipulative. They can be used to build understanding of geometry, fractions, area and other topics. This is a Java implementation of tangrams.
This is a flipchart with many interactive pages. You may need to become a member (its free!) of the Promethean Planet forum to access it.
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See fractions side by side. There are four ways to see them:
Enter the Dolphin Race or play the Ordering Game to practice ordering fractions.
Count forwards and backwards with the Super Sequencer, including decimals and negative numbers. There are 3 speeds - slow, medium and fast. From Ambleside Primary.
The Multi Sequencer displays two sequences simultaneously. Click on [Instructions] and then [More] to get some ideas how you might use this.