Resources for use with Professor Pete's Gadgets: Fraction Counter

• Fraction Games: Fraction Action

Board game to print and cut out. Match equivalent fractions on cards with those on the board to line up counters to win.

• Fractions Counter: Lesson 2, 3 – Count by Mixed Numbers

Count in fractions in halves to twelfths up to 4 wholes, forwards and backwards. Uses pictures and number lines to illustrate.

• Fractions Counter: Lesson 5, 6, 7, 8 – Convert Mixed Numbers & Improper Fractions

Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions.

• Mental Calculations: Converting Mixed Numbers & Improper Fractions

Mental calculations of converting a mixed number to an improper fraction, and an improper back to a mixed number. It is recommended to use Fractions Counter lesson plans 5 & 6 first, as these are advanced worksheets.

• Fractions: Identify, Read and Write [PowerPoint TBM305]

27 slides. Introduces the written form for fractions. A half, quarter, third and fifth, are visually presented with folding paper, dividing shapes and locating on a number line. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 305

• Shapes for Drawing Fractions

1 p. Shapes ready to be divided into fractions. The worksheet sheet accompanies lessons 2, 3 and 4 in “Fractions: Identify, Read and Write” [PowerPoint TBM305]

• Compare and Order Common Fractions [PowerPoint TBM504]

40 slides. Common fractions ordered and compared. Convert mixed fractions and improper fractions. Use < > =. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 504

• Fraction Comparison and Conversions [PowerPoint TBM604]

31 slides. Find equivalent fractions, compare fractions with unrelated denominators, convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions. Use < > =. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 604

• Fraction Comparison and Conversions

5 pp. Questions with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions with unrelated denominators, converting between mixed numbers and improper fractions. Use < > =. Use with “Fraction Comparison and Conversions” [PowerPoint TBM604]