In this fraction parts worksheet, 5th graders learn to count fractions parts. Students write fractions to describe the shaded parts for the six figures.
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Initial Fraction Ideas Lesson 9 Overview
Visual models support young mathematicians with exploring equivalent fractions. Starting with a quick warm-up problem, children go on to work through a series of guiding practice problems before working with a partner identifying and...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Grade 4 Lessons for Learning
Designed specifically with Common Core standards in mind, this collection of 4th grade math lessons builds the number sense of young mathematicians as they explore the concepts of place value, multiplication of multi-digit numbers,...
4 mins 3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Modeling Division of Fractions
Provide a meaningful context for learning about the division of fractions with this upper-elementary math lesson. Presented with a simple, real-world problem, young mathematicians work in small groups to develop visual models that help...
4th - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review K-5 Mathematics Module: Number and Number Sense
Reinforce number sense with a collection of math lessons for kindergarteners through fifth graders. Young mathematicians take part in hands-on activities, learning games, and complete skills-based worksheets to enhance proficiency in...
K - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
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
Fractional Parts Using an Area Model
Learners explore multiplying fractions and their relationship to parts of a whole. They draw and shade fractional parts to show parts of a whole and fractional parts of a fraction. Pupils also use an Internet site for interactive practice.
5th - 7th Math CCSS: Designed
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