Reflection: Joy Fractions Review - Section 2: Game Time


As I reflect back on this lesson, I remember the students' faces when they found out they would be playing Bingo.  There was excitement in the air, evident by smiles and rubbing together of hands.  Whenever I can incoporate games in the lesson, I do so because the students enjoy it so much.  As a teacher, I feel that it is my obligation to make math exciting.  What better way to do that than having fun with games?  The students are using skills that they have learned, and having fun at the same time by playing a game.

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Fractions Review

Unit 1: Fractions
Lesson 21 of 22

Objective: SWBAT solve problems and play games to review skills learned about fractions.

Big Idea: To review skills learned about fractions, students can solve problems and play games.

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