Do fractions frustrate your kids? Do they struggle to understand exactly what a fraction is? This FREE Mini Fraction Workshop uses a story format and worksheets to introduce your kids to fractions.
This post is part of the Mini Math Workshops Series
Instead of simply teaching what a fraction is, the FREE Mini Fraction Workshop teaches in story form. The story of Trevor and Matt begins with what a fraction is – a way to show a part of something.
As Trevor struggles with “boring” math, his brother Matt tries to show him that fractions can be fun. Using marbles, pizza, chocolate chip cookies, fruit, and more, Trevor learns fraction terminology and how to write various fractions. He also learns how to tell which of a pair of fractions is larger or smaller.
The twenty-nine page FREE Mini Fraction Workshop includes the story, fifteen worksheets, and an answer key. Scroll to the bottom of this post to download your copy today!
Would you like to go deeper with helping your children master multiplication? Check out the Multiplication Practice Workshop.
It takes kids step by step through learning or practicing multiplication tables. It includes written problems, manipulatives, flash cards, word problems, and speed drills. There are 16 speed drills, 160 worksheets, 36 pages of printable manipulatives, and 156 flash cards.
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