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Interactive Google Presentation for Multiplying Fractions

Use these two interactive slideshows to introduce multiplying fractions! These two slideshows take me approximately three math lessons to get through, but they've proven to be worth it after my students have demonstrated they conceptually understand what it means to multiply a fraction by a fraction and whole number. Each of your students will need access to Google accounts to use these slides! Links provided at the bottom of this post.

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Happy multiplying! :)

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You have done it again! Thank you so much for posting this product for FREE! The slides are loaded with so much fantastic information. I teach 6th grade and this would be a wonderful review for my kiddos at the beginning of the year when we review fractions. I know that my future kiddos will be super engaged when working on this lesson next year. Thank you so much!

ReplyDeleteAbsolutely, Julie! :) I hope your future kiddos love it! Thank you for leaving such a meaningful comment!

ReplyDeleteWow! Awesome:) Thank you so much! I love it! I also love your idea of doing the whole class on their own devices following along! What a great idea! Definitely going to do this next week as a review! Let see how much they remember! Haha. We may have to go over the whole thing again just because this slides are so great and they will like the review!

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ReplyDeleteThank you for sharing your talent! We are a Google school so this is great! I absolutely love Google Slides and it's so easy to work with! I think the kids will love having an independent lesson...could even do it at home as a flipped model! OR could upload into Nearpod to use as a teacher paced lesson! Great job! AND thank you so much for sharing!

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I follow you on Instagram and truly admire your work SO MUCH. You go above and beyond, above and beyond! Thank you for your generosity and providing this AMAZING product. My school just went 1:1 and I am looking for ways to integrate technology in areas where we normally don't use as much technology, so THANK YOU. You are an inspiration to me and I appreciate you not only for sharing this but for all that you share and provide in the teaching community. You ROCK!!! :)

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I teach science in a departmentalized 5th grade and I have a few that struggle with math. I am going to use this in our Recess Recovery tutoring that I have with a few of my kiddos. Thanks!!

ReplyDeleteThank you, thank you, thank you! The interactive models will be a HUGE benefit to my ELs! Just as we were beginning our multiplying fractions unit :) You are fabulous!

ReplyDeleteI follow you on IG and am inspired by you each and every day. So many of the things you do are now weaved into my own classroom. 21 years and I'm still looking for new and exciting ways to engage my students. You are an inspiration to all. Thank you for sharing your talent. Thank you for offering your hard work for free today.

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are you inserting some of these images as a background? or just pasting them? THANKS for sharing!!! :)

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DeleteThanks for this! We use go math, so the models are perfect! Thanks for being such an encouragement across all your platforms!

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for all your hard work and uploading this amazing presentation! You are such an inspiration to me. I was so excited to see you offer this on your story, and cannot wait to share it with my classroom!

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Thank you so much for sharing this! We just wrapped up our fractions unit, but I cannot wait to use this next year! May even use it this year to use it to review for the MAP test this year! :)

ReplyDeleteI have just started using google classroom and this is an amazing resource to help me implement in my classroom! Please make more sets like this! and all this work for free! So grateful!

ReplyDeleteJust in time! Thanks for working so hard on this!

ReplyDeleteThank you SO much. This is so wonderful. Wow!

ReplyDeleteThank you! This is AWESOME! And I cannot wait to share them with my students. They will have way more fun (and LEARN more) with these resources than paper-pencil ones!

ReplyDeleteTHANK YOU! My kiddos loved this activity! It came at a perfect day! They are begging me to do them once a week (so now I'm going to have to figure out how to make them myself!) ;) Thank you again!!

ReplyDeleteThank you SO much for sharing this. You are so kind to gift this awesome lesson to the rest of us.

ReplyDeleteLooks amazing!

ReplyDeleteLove this! I wish I had it a week or two earlier but I know it will be great when we review in a few weeks! I really appreciate your sharing nature and willingness to offer awesome resources for free!

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