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Fraction Bars

Version 1:

Version 2: These bars will snap to the lines.

Instructions:

Suggested Lessons or :


Special Features:

Other Related Modules and Useful Links:
Try this interactive Resource:
Fraction Test (Peter's Pizza Parlour)
Fraction Bars
Version 1:
Version 2: These bars will snap to the lines.
© R. Mirshahi
Instructions:
Drag and drop the fraction bars from the sides to the middle to compare them. Use the pen to make notes. Click the eraser to erase the annotation.
Suggested Lessons or :
Drag and drop fraction bars from the sides.
Drag a "whole" bar first to find how many of each fraction bars you need to make a whole.
Investigate equivalent fractions (e.g., 1/2 = 4/8).
Add different fractions to make a whole (e.g., 1/2 + 1/4 + 2/8 = 1)
Make and compare different fractions with the same or different denominators.
You can bring in as many fraction bars as you want to make improper fractions and then covert them into mixed numbers (e.g., 9/5 = 1 + 4/5).
Press the reset to restart.
Here is an example of how you can use this resource:
Special Features:
Full screen
annotation
Great for interactive whiteboards
Fraction Bars are semitransparent
In version 2, fraction bars snap to the horizontal lines when you move them around.
tablet friendly
Other Related Modules and Useful Links:
Pizza Fractions
Fraction Test (Peter's Pizza Parlour)
Equivalent Fractions
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Fraction Bars  Version 1:  Version 2: These bars will snap to the lines.  Instructions:  Suggested Lessons or :   Special Features:  Other Related Modules and Useful Links:
Try this interactive Resource: Fraction Test (Peter's Pizza Parlour)
Fraction Bars
Version 1:
Version 2: These bars will snap to the lines.
© R. Mirshahi
Instructions:
Suggested Lessons or :
Here is an example of how you can use this resource:
Special Features:
Other Related Modules and Useful Links: