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Tag Archives: fractions
Making Sense of Invert and Multiply
As elementary teachers, we rarely have the opportunity to explore division of a fraction by a fraction. When we do, it’s normally accompanied with KeepChangeFlip or the saying “Yours is not the reason why, just invert and multiply.” Both are conceptual … Continue reading
A number line, number string, and Number Talk walk into a class…
As teachers and students ramp up for testing I was invited to visit a 5th grade class and asked to focus on fractions. Before the lesson, the teacher and I discussed the importance of a number line, which was an extension of … Continue reading
Posted in 35, Estimation, Fractions, Making Math Accessible, Math Tools, Number Sense, SMPs, Strategy Development
Tagged fractions, number lines, Number Talks
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