Hands on learning is always a great thing. This post has lot of hands on math activities perfect for students with special learning needs. Very visual and tactile. Builds great number sense!! Read more at: http://www.gottoteach.com/2016/02/hands-on-fractions-key-to-understanding.html
We’ve been doing all kinds of math with Legos, and most recently it’s been fractions! Gresham (2nd grade) is new to fractions, and so we used Lego bricks to look at fractions from a variety of angles. It’s really easy to build fractions with Legos. We built 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 by making towers …
Are your kids struggling with fractions? Do they have hard time understanding the concept? Are you nervous because the state test is approaching? Worry no more. These simple images that I put together will help your children understand what fractions are. You will also be able to teach your kids how to add and subtract fractions. Why? Because all kids love Lego. Because everyone (I'm sure) have Lego at home. Because it's simple and fun!
Teaching Fractions Using Legos from Starts At Eight. Teaching Fractions Using Legos is a great way to offer hands-on experience with manipulating fractions. So grab your Lego bricks and get start the math fun!