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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.


3–5, 6–8

Activity Type

  • Interactive Whiteboard Activities


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!

Susan Cheyney

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