How to Teach Fractions to Young Mathematicians – with Wall Banners!
How can educators explain fractions to kids who just gained an understanding of whole numbers? Laying numbers out visually is a great start! Our Fraction Fun wall banner is an enjoyable way to teach fractions on a large scale to your students. Teaching fractions and learning fractions for beginners can be engaging!
Hang this colorful wall banner in your classroom to help your students understand fractions. The vibrant blocks and large text will help to visually reinforce the relationships between fractional parts of a whole. Your students will gain a familiarity with fractions as a result of seeing this banner each school day.
Explain to students that each row of fractions equals one – a whole number. Each fraction in a row is an equal part. Furthermore, practice identifying unit fractions, proper fractions, equivalent fractions, and common denominators. Introduce adding and subtracting fractions, as well as multiplying fractions.
This wall banner holds lots of possibilities for fraction activities that make learning fractions fun!
Learning fractions for beginners can be difficult. Use movements along with this banner to explain fractions to kids while they are active. Above all, with this wall banner as a beautiful visual reference, understanding fractions will be fun for your students! They will be more excited about new math concepts whenever they interact with the banner.
Materials: Our wall banners are made from heavy-duty vinyl. They are easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Each wall banner includes four grommets for hanging – one in each corner.
Dimensions: 38 x 67 inches
Includes: 1/12, 1/11, 1/10, 1/9, 1/8, 1/7, 1/6, 1/5, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 1
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Sample Activity: Fraction Questionnaire
- Ask your students the questions listed below. As you ask them the questions, have them touch the answers on the wall banner. Additionally, you can incorporate cross-body movements to enhance learning and engage both sides of the brain.
- Where is the number one?
- How many halves are in the whole number one?
- Can you count the boxes that say 1/3? How many thirds are in the whole number one?
- How many fourths are in 1/2?