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Locating Fractions Greater than One on the Number Line
Supplement your lesson on improper fractions with this simple resource. Working on number lines labeled with whole numbers between 0 and 5, young mathematicians represent basic improper fractions with halves and thirds. The fractions...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Greater Than, Less Than or Equal To: Math Challenge
Take number comparison problems to the next level. The class must add first to determine the numbers in each set and then use the appropriate symbol to show which number is greater than, less than, or equal. There are 10 problems and 1...
2nd - 4th Math
Locating Fractions Less than One on the Number Line
Understanding where to place a fraction on a number line is key to understanding fractions as numbers. This activity focuses on locating fractions less than one. Learners need to partition the line into the correct number of equal sized...
2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Comparing Fractions with a Different Whole
What was Bryce's mistake? Through analysis of a student work example, learners develop their own ability to compare the fractions one fourth and one half. Central to this activity is the concept that, when comparing fractions, the whole...
3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Greater Than or Less Than With "Mr. Great"
Those tricky symbols for greater than and less than have stumped young mathematicians for generations. Mr. Great is a paper plate cut into a Pac-Man shape that can be used to keep track of which direction the symbols should face. This...
K - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Write Fractions with a Numerator Other than One
Building on the previous lesson, the third video in this series looks at how to identify and write fractions with numerators greater than one. The instructor explains this process with two separate examples, representing fractions as...
3 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed