3rd Grade Fraction/ Promethean Flip Chart

emilyreberry's picture
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Lesson Plan Details
90 minutes

Students will learn about simple fractions 1/2, 1/3, 1/4.  They will learn about fractions as part of a set.

Students will be able to come up to the board and identify fractions on the attached lesson.

Students will complete simple fraction worksheets on fractions.  

Students will use computers to make a picture of their own fraction pizza similar to their worksheet. 


Promethean board or document camera to portray lesson onto the board.  Worksheets from math.about.com for 

students to complete.  The use of laptops for kids to create their own fraction pizzas.  Kid Pix (or another software

program) where kids can draw to create their own fraction pizzas.


Down load the attached lesson plan.  Print of worksheet from the website for students to complete.  Make sure you

have computer time for kids to create their own fraction pizzas.  


1)Display lesson on board.

2)Talk about the differences between a whole and a fraction.

3) Discuss that a fraction consists of a numerator and denominator.  They will then identify which numbers on the chart are fractions.

4) Discuss how you would draw lines on a whole circle to break it into fractions.

5) Identify the missing fractions on the fraction bar pieces.

6) Move the fraction bars ( or shade in the fractions) to identify the fractional part.

7) Have Students work on completing the fraction worksheets.  You may need to do this whole class depending on

your level of learners.

8) Students will identify how many halves make up a group of whole sandwiches.

9) Students will identify the fractional set of the popsicles.  

10) Students will then use the laptops and Kid Pix to create their own fractional pizza.  (Including the toppings)

Similar to the fraction pizza problems from their worksheet they completed.


Students will be assessed on the completion of their worksheet.  

They will also be scored on the fraction pizza that they made on their computer. They will be assessed on wether

their picture matches their fraction.   

Oregon Educational Technology Standards
Creativity and Innovation: 
1B. Create original works as a means of personal or group expression.
Research and Information Fluency: 
3D. Analyze, evaluate, and summarize information or data and report results.
emilyreberry's picture

It didn't download my entire lesson.  Looking into why only the first page got put on.

emilykemp's picture

This sounds like a wonderful way to use the computer when teaching fractions.  I am sure that the students really enjoy using kid pix.  I wonder if the students could create a key note or a poster in pages and to present about their fraction to the class.  The students might be able to use real life pictures of pizza slices from google? 


~Alissa Coddington (Standing in for Emily Kemp)

Kelsey Reese's picture

This lesson provides several great ways to expose students to beginning fraction concepts.  I would make sure that students work in pairs or groups with the popsicles and fraction bars, before working independently on their pizza.  

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