** Previous Newsletter about Fractions **

- This has the Montessori fraction circles . We've made a few more printouts for older children using the fraction circles
- Here are two sets of fraction cards

The smaller cards fit perfectly in each section of the fraction circle. For example, put the smaller cards on each of the sections. Keep the fraction circles whole to make this activity easier to handle.

For example, put 1/2 on each section of the fraction circle with 1/2 sections. Do the same for the other circles. Start with the largest fractions first.

The second set of bigger cards are used to match the cut up fraction circles. Use these cards to represent the combination of the fraction circles. For example, 2/3 is matched with two 1/3 pieces of the fraction circle.

Here are some other ideas for fractions.

Check out Making Fractions from your local library

Google Book Search excerpts -Fabulous Fractions

Archive Printouts

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**Free Printouts****Math**- Pink Tower and Counting
- Broad Stair Newsletter
- Fractions
- Big and Small
- Fractions Part II
- Number Rods Printout
- Red Rods Newsletter
- Numbers Cards Newsletter
- Small Number Cards
- Ten Thousand through Nine-Hundred Thousand Number Cards
- Number Frames Newsletter
**Math Readiness**- Montessori Sorting Largest to Smallest Printout
- Montessori Sensorial Education and Early Math Experiences
- Counting Games
- Montessori Math Quantity Matching Game
- Short Bead Stair
- Golden Bead Material-Base Ten (Decimal System)
- Counting Chain Arrows
- Snake Game (Addition)
- Negative Snake Game (Subtraction)

**Science****Language****Philosophy****Preschool Hands-On Activities**- Cat Nomenclature
- Pumpkin Fun
- Fun Thanksgiving Ideas for Kids
- What Type of Mother Hen Are You?
- Earth Day and Folk Art
- Grammar Symbols
- Dog Nomenclature
- The Seashore
- Ocean Tides
- Montessori Picks
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