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Instructional VIDEO for this Application



Fraction Workshop for MrNussbaum XTEND

Lots More Functionalities Than the Web Version

• Make and deploy your own fractions problem sets or use the systems pre-made problem sets. Alternatively, use problem sets created by other teachers.
• Students complete problems on a unique drag and drop stage, perfect for fractions operations
• Includes a fraction “visualizer” than turns any fraction into an image
• Detailed record-keeping and statistics for teachers and students.


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Lesson Plans and Standards Information

Age Level Appropriateness
7 – 13

22 Different Skills from the Common Core Standards

Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Reducing Fractions
Ordering Fractions
Conceptualizing Fractions
Like and Unlike Denominators
Least Common Mutliple
Greatest Common Fractor


Text Instructions


Fraction Workshop is an amazing drag and drop application that allows students to complete any kind of fraction operation in an online stage with tools to help them. Fraction workshop allows users to practice ordering, reducing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions and mixed numbers. Our drag and drop system makes ordering and organizing numbers easy. Choose the number of problems to practice, the specific skill to practice and click “begin”. Work the problem on the stage and drag and drop the correct numbers to the answer box. The system will indicate immediately whether or not your answer is correct. Printout a score summary when you are finished.

Students can use the calculator tool or the visulaize tool to help them work on the problems. The visualize tool turns the particular math problem into a picture. This helps students to better “see” the problem.