If you’re trying to find a concrete way to explain fractions that will grab your child’s attention, try creating Lego fractions. For this post, I’m using 3/4 as the example. Get out your Lego building bricks or Duplo building blocks and explain that fractions are just a way of saying how much of something there is. Then make this: Say, “See? Three out of 4 blocks are red. That’s what it means when we say ¾.” Now ask them something like, “What if I had 8 blocks? How would I show ¾ of 8?” Keep going for as long as interest holds. Then let them create. There are so many ways Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.