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Use this fraction circles template that represents a whole, halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, and twelfths to visually reinforce children's understanding of fractions.
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- Write fractions underneath each circle and invite scholars to shade the fraction part of the circle
- If you plan to have written work on the worksheet and would like lines to make writing easier to read, you must draw the lines then make copies for the class
- This general fraction circle worksheet allows for flexible lesson planning
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