## Interactive Whiteboard Activities

# Fractions: 12 StudyJams! Interactive Math Activities

Students will have fun learning about 12 math concepts, including equivalent fractions, greatest common factors, and ordering fractions and decimals, as they explore real-world examples and multimedia activities.

- Grades: 3–5, 6–8

### Fractions

Fractions are your friend. They are numbers that represent part of the whole, and they divide all kinds of important things like pie, hockey games, and the school day!

### Equivalent Fractions

What kinds of fractions look different, but mean the same thing? Equivalent fractions may sound tricky, but you are up to the job!

### Comparing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

When fractions and whole numbers hang out together, it takes some special skills to compare them.

### Ordering Fractions and Decimals

Fractions and decimals look totally different. But learn these tricks, and presto!, you can turn a fraction into a decimal and a decimal into a fraction.

### Simplest Form

When working with fractions, sometimes the best thing to do is keep it simple. Find out how!

### Add and Subtract With Common Denominators

When fractions have common denominators, adding and subtracting is a snap. Check it out!

### Add and Subtract With Unlike Denominators

To add and subtract fractions, you have to find something in common first — a common denominator, that is!

### Finding a Fraction of a Set

There is just no avoiding it. Sometimes you have to multiply fractions and whole numbers. But just follow these steps, and you will be cooking in no time.

### Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers

Not sure how to add and subtract mixed numbers? All it takes is a new way of looking at things.

### Decimal and Fraction Equivalents

Decimals and fractions are related. Uncover their true meanings with a few easy steps!

### Least Common Multiple

When you have to work with two or more fractions, then the least common multiple can be your best friend. Here is how to find it!

### Greatest Common Factor

Like the least common multiple, the greatest common factor is another handy tool when you are working with fractions. Here is how to find a greatest common factor when you need it!

- Subjects:Decimals, Fractions, Teaching with Technology