So far we’ve talked about using pizza fractions to create an equivalent fractions table, and to learn to add and subtract fractions.  Today we will move on to multiplying and dividing fractions!  Here is the set we purchased and that you’ll see in the pictures below: There is no reason you can’t just make your own pizza fractions either – just color some circles and cut them in the right number of pieces!  It is important that you are accurate in creating equal size pieces for the fractions, so they can be exchanged for other equivalent fractions through size comparisons alone. Pizza fractions are a greatRead More →