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Right-Brained Fractions

Fractions are difficult for many students to learn, but Right-Brained Fractions can help! Here are a few reasons why children struggle: Why many students struggle with learning fractions:   By the time children tackle fractions, they have an understanding of whole numbers, and fractions don’t behave like whole numbers do.   In whole numbers, the larger the number, the larger the amount (4 is larger than 2), while in fractions, the larger the denominator, the smaller the amount will be.   You cannot count fractions like you can count whole numbers. Between each fraction is an infinite number of possible fractions.   Fractions are taught relying heavily on memorizing many terms and procedural steps. For those children who cannot learn...

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