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13
5th - 7th
5.0/5 Stars

Assist your students in understanding how to add fractions with like denominators by showing them this presentation. Sal adds 3/15 to 7/15 and then simplifies his answer. He uses drawings and multiple colors to show the actual process.

382
4th - 7th
4.0/5 Stars

Fraction addition with like and unlike denominators is the focus here. In addition, the class reviews how to simplify fractions and improper fractions. The PowerPoint mentioned is not included, but could be substituted with any presentation on the topic.

736
4th - 6th
3.0/5 Stars

Upper graders are introduced to the topic of fractions and percentages. In groups, they discuss real world situations in which fractions are present, and they complete a worksheet solving problems with common and uncommon denominators. They use the Internet to research how meteorologists use math to track weather.

452
4th - 6th
3.0/5 Stars

Elementary schoolers participate with their teacher's instruction to learn to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers. They use fraction strips to complete addition and subtraction problems. A step-by-step script is provided to help you explain the process to your youngsters.

70
4th - 5th
3.0/5 Stars

In this fraction worksheet sets, students find the sums in 30 vertical fraction addition problems. They work with fractions that have common denominators between 2 and 9, and reduce the sums to the lowest terms.

14
7th
2.0/5 Stars

Seventh graders review the definitions of denominator and numerator. They discuss fractions with same denominators They practice changing fractions so they have the same denominator and can be added . Students use circle cutouts of fractions. They practice adding fractions with their pieces.

1,498
6th - 8th
4.5/5 Stars

Create models to demonstrate multiplication and division of fractions. Using fraction tiles to model fractions, pupils explore fractions on a ruler and use pattern blocks to multiply and divide. They also create number lines with fractions.

1,888
4th - 6th
4.5/5 Stars

Investigate equivalent fractions with your class. They compare and order fractions. Then they work cooperatively in groups to experiment and problem solve with fractions using a game format. Multiple resources are provided.

1,594
3rd - 5th
4.0/5 Stars

Develop deeper understanding of fractions with your young mathematicians. With the first page, learners shade in circles to compare two fractions: which is larger? Are they equal? On the second page, learners identify the fractions that are equal to the fraction listed on the left.

1,095
4th - 7th
4.0/5 Stars

Here is an opportunity to compare and contrast fractions and mixed numbers. The kids then use a computer program to learn how to multiply fractions and mixed numbers. They show what they've learned by completing a worksheet individually.