Fraction art

Explore the beauty of fractions through creative and captivating art ideas. Enhance your understanding of fractions while creating stunning works of art that will amaze and inspire.
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In Grade 4, we have been investigating the relationship between fractions and decimal numbers. As mathematicians and artists, we started off this inquiry by creating pixel art using Google Sheets by 'filling' squares out of a 10 by 10 table. Once we counted the number of squares of a certain colour to find out the fractional value, we converted the value into a decimal number! (example: seven squares purple out of a hundred squares = 7/100 = 0.07) After this task, we started working with…

Mohd Masood
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Wow!!! Third, Fourth and Fifth graders have been working very hard on this Fraction Art lesson which combines math and art. They started with a set number of circles, divided the circles into 1/2s 1/4s 1/8s and 1/16s, and then created a symmetrical collage using ALL of the fraction pieces.

Tanya Romo
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Want to teach students how to turn fractions to percentages…while also engaging them? In this blog, I’ll show you how you can use an art quilt lesson to help your students with fractions and converting to percentages.

Elisabet Jagell