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### Fraction dominoes game - equivalent fractions

Nov 16, 2014 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

Children should match the fraction to its equivalent; keep matching until all dominoes are used. When you complete Set A try Set B ## Teaching Idea Author randomboiguy Views 276

### Where's the number?!

Jan 8, 2019 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

You will need a few pieces of paper and that's it. Students will draw a random number and a random operation. Those who get it right will be awarded with a point!

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### Equivalent Fractions Activity

Nov 20, 2013 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

A fun activity which stimulates thinking around equivalent fractions. Some of the children will compare these figures to improve their knowledge of equivalent fractions. ## Teaching Idea Author randomboiguy Views 144

### Math with popsicle sticks!

Jan 8, 2019 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

This is a simple Maths game mostly intended for younger kids. All you need is a few Popsicle sticks and a plastic cup. The game can be played in many different ways!

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### Egg Boxes - Equivalent Fractions Game

Nov 20, 2013 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

A game where children discover equivalent fractions using egg boxes. Requires 2 or more players, simply print these steps for written instructions for children. ## Teaching Idea Author Ferdinand Views 972

### Equivalent Fraction Cube Game

Nov 20, 2013 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

Cubes - An equivalent fractions game. Minimum players: 2 In this activity children will need cubes and an understanding that fractions are part of a whole. Simply view and print, give to children as written instructions. ## Teaching Idea Author Ferdinand Views 1550

### 10X Bigger! - Multiplication Activity

Nov 29, 2014 Category
Mathematics / Numeracy

Students will explore multi-digit numbers and the relationship between ones, tens and hundreds; a digit in one place is 10x the digit in the place to its right. Students will use their bodies to represent digits in multi-digit numbers up to the hundredths place and compare these numbers using <, =, >. Students will use their bodies as multi-digit numbers to add and subtract.

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