Both Pooh and Roo will be learning about fractions this year in 2nd and 1st grade, so I thought I’d make them some printable fraction flash cards to help them learn to recognize common fractions and memorize them quickly.
So, of course, I’m sharing them with my readers today! This is the latest entry in our Free Printable Flashcards series, but there are lots more! You know, if you love freebies as much as I do. 😉
Read on to see how to get your copy of our printable fraction flash cards! And, for more math practice, don’t miss our printable polygon flashcards and our printable addition flashcards!
Free Printable Fraction Flash Cards
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This pack of free printable fraction flash cards is designed to help kids learn how to spot fractions of a whole using pie fractions, fraction words, and fraction numerals.
One set of cards shows the pie fraction, the fraction word, and the numeral. Another set shows just the pie fraction and the fraction numeral. A third set shows only the pie fraction.
So you can introduce them to the kids with all three terms and then slowly work down to the pie fractions only to help them remember how to express fractions in all three ways.
Let the kids practice matching up fraction and picture cards until they learn to spot them all by sight!
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Oh yes I need this for my son this year asap. And I will be laminating them too so I can keep them for my daughter.
Selena Robinson says
Yay! Thanks for stopping by!
Caroline Hunter says
These look perfect to help my son and grandson understand fractions.