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# Unit Fractions Peg Cards

• Updated:  24 Apr 2024

Practise unit fractions with this set of unit fraction peg cards ready to use in the classroom.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  2 - 3

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teaching resource

# Unit Fractions Peg Cards

• Updated:  24 Apr 2024

Practise unit fractions with this set of unit fraction peg cards ready to use in the classroom.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  2 - 3

Practise unit fractions with this set of unit fraction peg cards ready to use in the classroom.

## Visual Representation of Unit Fractions

Are you currently teaching your students the basics behind unit fractions? This set of peg cards is the perfect addition to your maths resources! Engage your students in hands-on learning as they explore the concept of unit fractions through visual representation. In these peg cards, students pick the correct fraction for each visual representation and either place a peg or a counter on the correct one. You can even pop a star on the correct spot (on the back of each of the task card) for a self-correcting activity

## Ways to Use Peg Cards in the Classroom

### SCOOT!

1. Place the cards on desk tops, tables, or walls around the room. Each student will need a recording sheet and be assigned to a numbered card to start at.
2. Students will read the question on the card. Then write the answer on the recording sheet..
3. Explain to the students they will move to the next card when signaled. Signal students to move by calling out, “Scoot!”
4. Students will move in numerical order. Play continues until students return to the their first card.

### Peg Cards:

1. Have students use a chip, clothes pin, or any kind of marker to cover the unit fraction shown on each card.
2. Have students record the fraction on the answer sheet to the corresponding number card.

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This resource was created by Samantha Rose, a Teach Starter collaborator.

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