# fraction bar

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## fraction bar

, fraction line
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Another virtual manipulative is the Fraction Bar, which is an interactive tool used to explore the concepts of fractions in length mode.
However when a fraction is divided by a fraction, using a virtual fraction bar allows this concept to be made clearer.
Since fractions indicate the division of a whole unit into equal parts, the numeral placed above the division or fraction bar indicates the number of fractional units taken and is called the numerator.
Some of the activities in the classroom might include making fraction bars and grids, and the elementary teachers use different colors with the bars and grids to help students "see" the fractions.
Other new tools include a multilingual glossary with terms defined in 13 languages, algebra tiles, fraction bars, various calculators and integer chips, and additional workbook and lab activities.
Data reduction yielded the following meta-categories for materials: 1) seatwork/worksheets, 2) group work/ worksheet, 3) dry erase boards, 4) overhead 5) fraction pie-pictorial representations, 6) grid models, 7) student-made pictorial representations, 8) pattern blocks, 9) paper folding models, 10) calculators, 11)fraction strips, 12) tiles, 13) fraction bars, and 14) base ten blocks.
She placed her students in cooperative groups and gave each group fraction bars.
Students use a measuring tool that is similar to the fraction bars in the Through phase.
Base-ten blocks, tan-grams, attribute blocks, rulers of all types, games, fraction bars, decimal squares, puzzles, and balances are but a few of the manipulatives available to teachers to coordinate with their students' learning and district mathematics objectives.
Kalah games Juggle games Battleship "Wheel-of-numbers" game Pentominoes Tangrams Fraction playing cards Fraction bars Flat, silver-foil-covered peppermint candies Star bookmarks Pencils and paper Small chalkboards and chalk Timer Name tags
Fraction circles, fraction bars, and Cuisenaire rods are three physical models that a teacher might consider.
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