This document, by H. Wu, gives an expanded view of how the Common Core Standards on fractions should be taught by elementary teachers. The paper follows the specific standards of each grade level, from 3rd to 7th.
This fraction worksheet has nine shapes and asks students to color in a certain fraction of the shape, these sheets are fun and help your students develop their fine motor skills alongside their math skills.
This example of changing a fraction (1/4th) to a decimal, and then a percentage is a great visual reminder of how to properly convert digits. The video might be a little dry for students, but the presenter showcases a great method for presenting fractions on your own whiteboard. I use this method with Legos, on my projector - so all my students can watch and engage.
This news article promotes teaching fractions as numbers on a number line, not only as parts of a whole (a slice of pizza, or a quadrant on a square). This is especially helpful when it comes to finding common denominators when combining fractions.
This website houses dozens of different charts and posters that you can print (for free!) for your classroom. The fraction posters show a fraction in terms of a sliced fruit and a series of colored quadrants.