# Third grade fractions

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Third grade fractions. Get inspired and try out new things.

### Are you wondering how to teach fractions to your first grade or second grade students? Check out these 15 hands on ways to teach fractions.

Delia saved to School Stuff

### Using a tab book to teach content specific vocabulary. So many other ideas for teaching fractions too!

Penny Mohr saved to Math

### Description Engage your students with this fun fraction name activity! Students will write their name in the top blank space, then partition the next blank space into the number of letters in their name. Pre-partitioned pages for 2, 3, 6, 7, & 8 letters are included as well. Students will then label each piece with the unit fraction. Next they will label the corresponding fractions on the number line. Students will then fill in the blanks about how many equal parts are in their name, unit…

Jaffee Eichelberger saved to Math

### Comparing fractions can be hard for students AND teachers. Here are 3 tips to make comparing fractions more engaging for your 3rd graders!

Cindy Baird saved to Teaching ideas

### Looking for 3rd grade anchor charts? We put together some of our favorites to use in your third grade classroom this year!

Mackenzie Starcher saved to Third Grade

### Fraction activities and games perfect for 3rd grade- The Applicious Teacher

### FREE 3rd grade fractions activity for use during guided math groups. #mathworkshop #fractions #mathcenters #guidedmath #3rdgrade #math

Jessica Florian saved to ESCOLAR

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Miriam Santiago saved to Math WEPA!!!

### Hi teacher friends! This has been a busy month! I just want to share a few of the anchor charts we've been making in math. The kids hel...

School Bells N Whistles saved to Special Education

### I love teaching fractions to my elementary students! There are so many ways to do hands-on learning if you have the right tools! I recommend using a variety of fraction models, but my favorite tools to use are fraction strips, real world fraction pictures, and food. Keep reading to see how I use these tools in my third grade classroom! 1. Use fraction strips to model and compare fractions I have a class set of fraction strips (free from a math class I attended), but you can also get a more…

Karla Garcia saved to Classroom