Bookmarks have been really huge at our house the last little while. They are easy to look at the smaller than some wall cards. Plus they are easy to store on a ring.
Fractions can be a hard idea to get at first. When you have a visual to look at it can help kids get a better understanding. That is one of the reasons I made these bookmarks. It gives you something to look at while working on fractions.
We have been using A Fraction’s Goal – Parts of a Whole (Math Is Categorical) with these bookmarks. I like to have books or something else to go with most printables. This gives them something else to look at as well.
There are four bookmarks per page. Each bookmark has the fraction written as a number and a visual of the fraction. The bookmarks have all the fractions for each number. So you will have the parts and the whole in fraction form. That is a good way to see how the fractions grow.
All of the fractions pictures are the same size on each of the bookmarks. That makes it easy to compare different fraction and see how they get bigger, smaller or the same. If a visual learner needs to see a different this can help.
I have also printed them all on one page and made a cheat sheet for me to help with them. This gives me an easy glance at all the fractions.
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What you will find in these printables:
- 13 pages of printables bookmarks
- Fractions for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12
- 4 bookmarks per page
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