Fractions Lesson Activities and Free Video

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Fractions are often a complicated mathematical concept for many young learners to conceptualize. What’s more, understanding how fractions relate to everyday life can be an added challenge. In my practice, I continually design and redesign my lessons to be concrete, memorable and fun.
Monsters introducing Fun with Fractions publication

Strategies for Struggling Learners:

I love nothing more than to come up with strategies and materials that really work for struggling learners, and I strive to use engaging characters, implement animations, and integrate joyful and amusing activities. I regularly ask my students to provide feedback, so that I can tweak and refine my methods. 

In March of 2017, I finally put my fraction ideas and materials together and created 31 PowerPoint slides as well as a 25-page adjoining document with interactive activities. I got a number of my students involved in the project, and I must say that I’m quite proud of the finished product. This new publication is available at Good Sensory Learning and it is titled Fractions are Fun: Animated PP Lesson and PDF Activities.

Child learning multiplication tables

A Free Video Demonstration:

As a fun promotion, I turned the first half of the Power Presentation into a video for my audience. This provides a comprehensive glimpse of the publication, but I also hope that it will inspire teachers and students to have fun making the characters come alive when the lessons are presented in class.

I hope you loved the video and my new publication! I would love to hear your feedback.

Cheers, Dr. Erica Warren

Dr. Erica Warren is the author, illustrator, and publisher of multisensory educational materials at Good Sensory Learning. She is also the director of Learning to Learn and Learning Specialist Courses.

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