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The Basics Of Fractions

Ah, the bane of sixth-grade math class: fractions. Back then I was convinced that fractions were invented to ruin my straight-A streak, but as an adult I can appreciate the importance of understanding how fractions work. We found some great videos from Math Antics to help explain all of the basics of fractions, and there are some fun little math games that students can play against each other.

With this template, students can rewatch the videos’ examples and replay the games to get some extra practice with fractions at their own pace. If you spend ½ of your time in class teaching the material and ½ of your time answering questions, just send the Ving as homework so you can spend ½ more of your time playing fun math games!

The Basics of Fractions


Decimals & Percentages

Once your students understand fractions, they can advance to some more really useful math: decimals and percentages. Since they go hand in hand, they’re great lessons to teach together. These can get a bit tricky, but with some catchy songs and challenging games, you’ll have no problem helping your students understand. Give this template a try if you want to teach your students with engaging content and none of the work of lesson planning!

Decimals & Percentages


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