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Hooda Math: Fraction Circles

Need more practice with fractions? This interactive site makes understanding fractions more fun.
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Need more practice with fractions? This interactive site makes understanding fractions more fun. A circle displaying parts of a whole will appear in the box. The goal of this activity is to create the exact match inside the blank circle. Don't forget the fraction pieces have to be in the same location, so it may take some turning and rotating in order to make the perfect match.

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