Lesson Plan - Fraction Multiplication & Mindset

Introduce Newton's Nemesis No. 1 to your class!

Lesson Plan - Fraction Division & Mindset

Introduce Newton's Nemesis No. 1 to your class!

Lesson Plan - Fraction Multiplication & Scaling

Introduce Newton's Nemesis No. 2 to your class!

Lesson Plan - Fraction Division by Measurement

Use Newton's Nemesis No. 2 to compare unit fraction multiplication & division.

"Entrance" & "Exit" Tickets for Issue No. 1

Many teachers leave a copy of our comic books out on their desks to entice their students.  When they ask, "When can we read that?!?" your answer can be, "After you complete this worksheet. It's a entrance ticket to the adventure!"

The Entrance Ticket  explores why "of" often indicates multiplication in fraction problems.  After reading The Mysterious I.D. Vide in Newton's Nemesis No. 1, the Exit Ticket provides a quick learning assessment.

"Entrance" & "Exit" Tickets for Issue No. 2

Before students begin reading The Mysterious I.D. Vide in Newton's Nemesis No. 2,  engage them in activities to insure they recognize "3/4" as 3 one-fourths.  After the story, assess your student's ability to scale a recipe with the exit ticket. 

These tickets are also included in the lesson plan above.  They include printable worksheets as well as handy classroom displays for your whiteboard or smart board.

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Classroom Teaching Displays

Love the activities at the end of each comic book (or between the chapters) of The Mysterious I.D. Vide in Newton's Nemesis? We agree! You don't have to scan them or place them on a project.

We have created a file designed for classroom teachers to display them on white boards.  Choose to download wide screen or standard screens. Either have plenty of white space next for you to guide classroom discussions and show the math on the white board next to the images.