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- Hershey's Milk Chocolate Fractions Book by Jerry Pallotta; Rob Bolster (Illustrator)ISBN: 0439135192Publication Date: 1999-12-01Open the wrapper, and what do you see? A Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar is made up of 12 little rectangles that provide perfect opportunity to teach fractions. A bunch of comical cows, some cocoa pods, and stalks of sugar cane join the fraction fun. Yummy, learning fun! Full-color illustrations.
- Comparing Fractions by Minta BerryISBN: 142719646XPublication Date: 2011-11-30This engaging title builds on the material covered in the Fractions title in this series. Readers will develop an understanding of fractions as numbers. Easy-to-follow text and supportive images help readers recognize and generate equivalent fractions.
- Piece = Part = Portion by Scott Gifford; Shmuel Thaler (Photographer)ISBN: 1582462615Publication Date: 2008-08-01Just as hola and bonjour express "hello" in different ways, fractions, decimals, and percents describe the same quantities in different ways. While it may sound simple, this basic math concept often baffles children. The straightforward text and photographic examples from everyday life in PIECE=PART=PORTION are a terrific boon to elementary school math students everywhere.

- World Book Online Student: FractionsInformation about expressing fractions, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions...Includes terms and definitions, games, and related articles.There is an option to have the information read to the student. Information can also be translated into another language for ELL learners.
- ProQuest: Visual FractionsLesson resources with worksheets, lesson ideas, games, and visuals.

- FractionsIf fractions are giving you trouble, check out this web site from Canada that has an interactive tutorial and a video. You will practice using fractions by making smoothies in the smoothie maker game. You will choose the appropriate factions measuring unit for every recipe ingredient. Answer questions to improve your fraction skills. The video explains how fractions are used in everyday life and in hotels and restaurants. A fraction activity is available to print.3-5 and 6-8
- Flower FractionsA fraction is a part of a whole. The part of the whole is represented as the top number in a written fraction such as 1 / 2. The bottom number, or 2, is the total number of parts. Study examples of rectangles divided into smaller rectangles or squares, and see how many parts the rectangles can be divided into. The knowledge of fractions in this story problem is used to design a flower garden but can be used in everyday life, such as measuring ingredients in recipes.3-5
- Many Ways to Make A Whole - Everyday LivingMr. Steve sings a fun song about whole things and parts of whole things, which are called fractions. If you cut a whole pizza in half, you would have two halves. If you put the two halves back together, that would make a whole pizza. If you cut the pizza into four pieces, also called quarters, you would have four pieces or quarters. You can also take a whole pie and make fractions, too.K-2
- Sheppards Software: FractionsThese interactive activities not only teach you about fractions, but they are a fun way to practice what you have learned. You will find an interactive tutorial made up of multiple levels, which is a great place to start no matter how much you know about fractions. Then you will find a collection of interactive games that ask you to shoot, match, and find fractions. You will work with fractions that are simple, equivalent, and mixed. You will be reducing, adding, subtracting, and ordering fractions while you turn fraction to decimals and find the greatest or least common denominators.3-5 and 6-8

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