Simplifying Improper Fractions With No Remainders: Denominators 2-10
In this fractions worksheet, students solve 42 problems in which an improper fraction is converted to a whole number. Example: 40/10 = 4. There will be no mixed numbers.
4th - 5th Math 3 Views 18 Downloads
Adding Mixed Numbers (Unlike Denominators)
Mix things things up in your elementary math class with a series of problem-solving exercises. Presented with a series of mixed number word problems, young mathematicians are asked to solve them by using either visual fraction models or...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Changing an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number
This video on changing improper fractions to mixed numbers would nicely compliment the Khan Academy video on writing mixed numbers as improper fractions. Sal first shows students how to convert improper fractions. Then, he uses drawings...
4 mins 5th - 7th Math
Multiply a Fraction by a Whole Number Using Visual Models and Repeated Additon
Learning how to visualize is an important step in the growth of young mathematicians. The first video in this two-part series helps learners develop this ability by using visual models to explain multiplication of fractions by whole...
4 mins 3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Use a Number Line to Generate Equivalent Fractions
Add to the toolbox of young mathematicians by teaching them to compare fractions using number lines. The final video in this series models the process for labeling and comparing fractions on number lines with multiple supporting...
5 mins 2nd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Extend a Fraction Using a Number Line
Add depth to your class' understanding of fractions with video seven of this nine-part series. Building on prior experience representing fractions on number lines, young mathematicians learn to identify and extend patterns involving the...
5 mins 3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed