Finally a better use for those old clothespins that can no longer hang student work from our classroom ceilings! Use them for comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, and percents, as well as place value

Have kids make a paper ice cream cone of fractions! Kids can get creative with their flavors! First, they choose how many of each flavor they'd like for their cone scoops total). Then, they write the fraction down for each flavor.

Great for visualizing fractions. Give students 12 pieces of paper and ask them to cut in half, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths up to twelfths. Easy to determine

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.: Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.

Make play dough using different size cups and then play fractions. Teaching fractions with play-doh! This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.