Fraction Lab Scenario

Fraction Lab

In this scenario, students explore fractions and ratios by moving their bodies up and down.  In particular, they discover equivalency and comparison between fractions with different denominators in a fun and collaborative manner.  A set of flexible configuration options allow educators to create multiple versions of the scenario that are suited to the needs of their students.

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The scenario can be configured with different numerator and denominator combinations

The scenario can be configured with different numerator and denominator combinations

Fraction Lab

Students work in pairs to match target fractions.

Students see a target fraction and consider how to create it together.

Students see a target fraction and consider how to create it together.

References and Documentation

PDF download iconFraction Lab – SMALLab Teacher Guide

 

PDF download iconFraction Lab – Flow Teacher Guide

 

PDF download iconFraction Lab – Flow Quick Start Guide

Downloadable Worksheets

PDF download iconFraction Lab Worksheet – like denominators – Start your lessons off with the most basic fraction addition, like denominators. Use this worksheet to help students can get comfortable with the basic concepts while exploring addition in the Fraction Lab!

 

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SMALLab Learning

SMALLab Learning and Pardes Jewish Day School

This scenario was co-created with faculty and staff at Pardes Jewish Day School in Phoenix, Arizona as part of our Professional Development By Design program. Pardes Jewish Day School is an independent co-educational day school where students in grades K-8 develop a deep love of learning in both secular and Judaic studies.

SMALLab Learning was founded in 2010 with the mission of advancing embodied learning in schools and museums. Our work builds from years of research by an interdisciplinary team of dedicated faculty and graduate students at Arizona State University’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering.  For more information, please visit the About Us page.