Tune in to Learning: What's a Fraction

Who doesn't like to eat pizza?
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Who doesn't like to eat pizza?

Who doesn't like to eat pizza? On this site, students explore fractions through three activities using pizza. The first activity is a small assessment that gives real world word problems using pizza for students to solve. Once students have answered all ten questions, they will move on to activity number two. The second activity shows students several pizzas and they are to match up the correct fraction to the picture. After students have answered all five questions, they go on to third activity. In the third activity, students are given three questions that have them order fractions from least to greatest. Too bad they can't end class with a pizza party!

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