80+ Fraction Printables

After weeks and weeks of working on it, I finally finished my Fraction Printables for 4th Grade. I started out creating printables to use to bridge my curriculum and the Common Core Standards. In the end, I ended up with over 80 pages, complete with teaching pages, worksheets, word problems, quizzes, and a final assessment. Now I can't wait to get started with fractions after Winter Break.
I have added these printables as a product on TpT. Here are some sample pages...
These printables address all of the 4th grade common core standards related to fractions and decimals.

Head on over to my TpT store, where I included a 60+ page preview of this product. 

Teaching fractions is my favorite part of teaching math. Now I'm even more excited about teaching fractions this year!!


11 comments

  1. Are you going to do the same thing for 5th grade?

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  2. YESSSS!!!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ME :D I can't wait to use these after I buy them in January. You're the best!! :)

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    1. Thinking about it! Unfortunately, I don't think I will be able to get to it until later. It's a busy time of year for me!

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  5. These are awesome, but 12.00 is pricey!

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  6. I am having trouble with #6 on the first fraction assessment sheet-fractions from greatest to least. 9/12 is the greatest and none of the multiple choice offer that as the first option.

    Thank you

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    1. Thank you for your feedback. That page was edited awhile back. I just never changed the photo used on this page. The complete updated product can be found here: http://bit.ly/FrAcTiOnS

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