Reflection: Station Rotation Fraction Game Day - Section 3: Closure


I feel that it is important for students to practice the skill in fun ways.  As a teacher, I have high expectations from all of my students.  At the same time, I realize that they are children who will get bored quickly.  I try to create lessons that are engaging so that the students' attention will be maintained.  Games are excellent to practice skills that the students have been working on for a while.  It feels like a fun day to them, but we know that they are learning as they play.

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Fraction Game Day

Unit 1: Fractions
Lesson 10 of 22

Objective: SWBAT practice fraction skills by playing various games.

Big Idea: Computer websites and games are fun ways that the students can apply what they have learned about fractions.

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Math, Fractions, Number Sense and Operations, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, Games, stations
  50 minutes
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