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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Adding and Subtracting Fractions on a Number Line

Fractions on a Number Line Teachers Pay Teachers Promoting-Success

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Number lines are an effective way to teach students how to add and subtract fractions. However, there aren't many resources showing this important skill on a number line.  Most resources show fractions with unlike denominators that are less than one whole, like the following videos.  They are a great starting point.

Adding Fractions with Number Lines



Subtracting Fractions with Number Lines


Are your students ready to tackle problems involving mixed numbers?

Here are a few resources from our TpT store to get you started:


4th and 5th Grade Common Core Math

You will receive two anchor charts, examples of each method, scaffolded steps, extra practice pages and word problems. Answer keys are also provided. These activities are a great way to ensure your students have a deeper understanding of the process. 

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4th and 5th Grade Common Core Math

In this packet, your students will learn to subtract fractions with unlike denominators using a number line. This is a great way to ensure your students are understanding the process. Two methods are provided. You will receive two anchor charts, examples of each method, fill in the blanks of each method (scaffold), practice pages for each method, and word problems. Answer keys are also provided.

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You will receive 6 free task cards for 4th grade students. These cards are a great alternative to worksheets. Students can play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other task cards games that promote movement in the classroom. Try them for free. You will also receive a student response form and answer key. 

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You will receive eight printable task cards to use as a math review, test prep or quick formative assessment. Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other math center games. Try the sampler for free.

Please check out this huge Common Core fractions bundle to save time and money:


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 5th grade fractions activities games task cards Common Core


You will receive eight printable task cards to use as a math review, test prep or quick formative assessment. Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other math center games. Try the sampler for free. A student response form and answer key are also provided.

Please check out this huge Common Core fractions bundle to save time and money:


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