You will need to get candy hearts for this activity. Have your students work in groups to divide the candy pieces amongst themselves. They will then need to make an equation showing the process by which they divided the candy. For students learning about fractions, you should make the number of candies unevenly divisible so that they will have to decide what to do with the remainder.

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