This Write Fractions with a Numerator Other than One video also includes:
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 shapes cut into equal pieces. Young learners then practice this skill with the problem presented in the Guided Practice video. Use this resource to supplement whole class instruction or, if access to technology permits, assign as an independent learning activity.
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- Includes a brief review of the terms numerator and denominator
- Uses circles, rectangles, and squares to model fractions
- Video is available as a downloadable slide show
- Requires further opportunity for students to practice identifying and writing fractions