Do you dread teaching addition with fractions? What about fractions with unlike denominators? It doesn’t have to be confusing and hard!
This fun, hands on game helps kids to visualize fractions and make sense of adding fractions. All you need are some pattern blocks! Learn more and grab the free game from Bethany at Math Geek Mama here.
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