## Adding and Subtracting Fractions | Wyzant Resources - Tutors

Adding Fractions with Common Denominators. Fraction addition works almost exactly the same way as normal addition! Let's go through an ... Elementary Math.

## How to Teach Fractions - Math Goodies

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There are many ways how to teach fractions, and the success or failure of the student to understand fractions will depend on the teaching method used.

## Teaching Fractions in Elementary, Middle and High School

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Dec 9, 2015 ... Fractions are so hard to teach!” While fractions are traditionally taught in elementary and middle school, I've even heard from some high school ...

## Teaching Fractions According to the Common Core ... - Berkeley

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Aug 5, 2011 ... Students' learning of fractions may be divided roughly into two stages. .... H. Wu, Understanding Numbers in Elementary School Mathematics,.

## Lessons on Fractions - Math Goodies

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Our Lessons on Fractions cover all the basics of fractions. Learn at ... Converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers is also covered. This unit of ...

## Fun with Fractions: 7 Tactile and Kinesthetic Games - WeAreTeachers

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Feb 24, 2015 ... Help students understand fractions better with these fun activities and ... For a math station, set up a picnic basket of food (images for kids to cut). ... You should make a variety of equivalent fraction plates for each student and ...

## Math Forum : Fractions : Elementary Lessons & Materials

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Fractions. Elementary School Lessons & Materials for Teachers .... you can make to show students how equivalent fractions measure up on the number line.

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Q: Elementary Fraction Math Question?
A: make a common denominator so it is 3/15 +10/15 that is 13/15, then 2/15 are left so the answer is 2/15 Source(s): my head Read More »