Fractions – Clothesline Math
Tag: Fractions Unit Circle on the Clothesline I recently had a teacher inspire me to take the unit circle (converting back and forth between degrees and radians) onto a double Clothesline.
Lesson: Clothesline Fractions - BetterLesson
Plan your lesson in Number Sense and Operations and Math with helpful tips from teachers like you. Given sets of fractions/whole numbers (i.e. 1/2, 3/4, 1), students will compare/order and place fractions on a clothesline strung across the room.
Fractional Clothesline - National Council of Teachers of
Use a clothesline to understand fractions greater and less than one.
The Clothesline Number Line | Math Minds
I love the clothesline activity and have used it with students in the context of fractions, decimals and percents. When I first started using it, it would be up with pre-marked benchmarks on it and as we talked about relationships and equivalencies we would add them in relation to the appropriate benchmarks.
Clothesline Math Activities
Clothesline Activities, Resources, and Tutorials Purpose: Provide math communities with visual, dynamic, and student-centered activities that build number sense, conceptual understanding and procedural fluency.
Fraction, Decimals, Percent Clothesline Activity
This is a fun way to practice placing fractions, decimals, and percentages on a number line! Students will practice this skill by hanging up some laundry to dry. Practice with just one of the skills at a time, or add rigor by mixing the laundry up! Perfect for a guided or an
Clothesline Math – The Master Number Sense Maker
The Clothesline is a manipulatable number line that makes the facilitation of class discourse on number sense much more efficient and effective. The Clothesline is dynamic, meaning that the “benchmark” numbers may be adjusted when needed, as well as the values that are placed on the line.
clothesline – Math with meaning
Dec 17, 2016I thought this was a perfect opportunity for me to combine two great things and I set the fraction clothesline up like a number talk (yes, I am obsessed with Number Talks). I set up the clothesline at the front and we looked at the three benchmark cards I brought: 0, 1/2 and 1.
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