**Standards Covered**

**Standards Covered**

- M.EE.6.NS.1 - Compare the relationships between two unit fractions.
- EE.7.NS.1. Add fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with sums less than or equal to one.
- EE.8.NS.1. Subtract fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with minuends less than or equal to one.

A fraction is a number that represents part of a whole or part of a group. Students need many opportunities to use concrete models to develop familiarity and understanding of fractions. Students need to relate dividing a shape into equal parts and represent this relationship on a number line, where the equal parts are between two whole numbers.

With modeling of real shapes and objects, students should experience opportunities to:

Fractions are ratios that show part-to-whole. The fraction ¼ means that one part is selected from a whole of 4 parts. Understanding fractions builds into skills for ratios and percents.

With modeling of real shapes and objects, students should experience opportunities to:

- Recognize and match equivalent fractional parts.
- Compare fractional parts to determine which is greater, less than or equal.
- Add and subtract fractional parts to make a new fraction.

Fractions are ratios that show part-to-whole. The fraction ¼ means that one part is selected from a whole of 4 parts. Understanding fractions builds into skills for ratios and percents.

**M.EE.6.NS.1 - Compare the relationships between two unit fractions.**

*Learning Goal:*

• Level 2-3 – I will compare two unit fractions.

• Level 1 – I will count fractional objects.

*Essential Questions:*

• How can I represent these fractions?

• What is the relationship between the two fractions?

• Are they equivalent?

• Which fraction is larger/smaller?

*Vocabulary:*

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**numerator**- the top number in a fraction, which shows the number of parts of the whole taken.

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**denominator**- the bottom number in a fraction, which shows the number of parts the whole has been divided into.

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**equal**- alike in size, value or amount to something else.

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**fraction**- a representation of a division of a number; a part of a whole.

•

**half**- either of two equal parts of something.

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**quarter**- one of four equal parts into which something is divided.

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**whole number**- a positive integer or zero. 1, 15, 30 and 894 are examples.

__Students will identify that a unit fraction is one part of a whole; indicate that the more parts a whole is divided into, the smaller the parts will be.__

**Learning Intention:**__Students will be successful when they can independently explain numerator, explain denominator, compare fractions using models, and decompose a fraction into a sum of unit fractions with the same denominator.__

**Success Criteria:****Fractions**are

**important**because they tell you what portion of a whole you need, have, or want.

**Fractions**are used in baking to tell how much of an ingredient to use.

**Fractions**are used in telling time; each minute is a

**fraction**of the hour.

Money is another place

**fractions**are used. For

**example**, a quarter is one fourth of a dollar (1/4). A dime is one-tenth, represented by 1/10. We could continue by talking about pennies

**and**nickels.

**sites.google.com/site/figureoutfractions/fractions-in-everyday-life**

**Interactive Fraction Creator!**https://apps.mathlearningcenter.org/fractions/

**Fraction Manipulatives**http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/mathematics/ebook_assets/vmf/VMF-Interface.html

**Fractions Videos **

**Fractions Videos**

Watch these various videos to help you understand fractions.

**Fraction Vocabulary Study**

**Fraction Vocabulary Study**

These vocabulary activities will help you with understanding the terms and how they are connected in math.

https://cindyelkins.edublogs.org/category/fractions/

**Fraction Kahoot Games**

**Fraction Kahoot Games**

Click the button below for a Kahoot game about fractions.

__Fraction Website Games__

__Fraction Website Games__

www.mathgames.com/skill/1.11-what-fraction-does-this-shape-show

www.education.com/game/geometry-picnic/

www.education.com/game/geometry-picnic/

**Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators**

**Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators**

**M.EE.7.NS.1 - Add fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with sums less than or equal to one.**

*Learning Goal:*

• Level 2-3 – I will add fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) to solve a math problem.

• Level 1 – I will count fractional objects.

*Essential Questions:*

• How can I represent these fractions?

• What is the relationship between the two fractions?

•What is the sum of two fractions?

• Which part of the fractions do I add?

*Vocabulary:*

•

**numerator**- the top number in a fraction, which shows the number of parts of the whole taken.

•

**denominator**- the bottom number in a fraction, which shows the number of parts the whole has been divided into.

•

**equal**- alike in size, value or amount to something else.

•

**fraction**- a representation of a division of a number; a part of a whole.

•

**half**- either of two equal parts of something.

•

**quarter**- one of four equal parts into which something is divided.

•

**whole number**- a positive integer or zero. 1, 15, 30 and 894 are examples.

__Students will add and subtract fractions with common denominators.__

**Learning Intention:**__Students will be successful when they can independently add or subtract fractions with denominators of 10 and 100.__

**Success Criteria:****Strategy**

**Strategy**

To

Step 1: Make sure the bottom numbers (the denominators) are the same.

Step 2:

**add fractions**there are Two Simple Steps:Step 1: Make sure the bottom numbers (the denominators) are the same.

Step 2:

**Add**the top numbers (the numerators), put that answer over the denominator.
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**Adding Fractions With Like Denominators**

**Adding Fractions With Like Denominators**

https://www.pinterest.at/pin/410601691012894605/

Adding Like Fractions, an interactive worksheet by ArmandoBorlaza

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Adding Fractions with like denominators, an interactive worksheet by DNThompson

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**worksheets.com**__Adding Fractions With Like Denominator Games__

__Adding Fractions With Like Denominator Games__

www.sheppardsoftware.com/math/fractions/addition-game/

www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/mathman_add_subtract_fractions.htm

www.education.com/game/jungle-fractions-like-denominators/

www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fractions/mathman_add_subtract_fractions.htm

www.education.com/game/jungle-fractions-like-denominators/

**Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominator**

**Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominator**

**M.EE.8.NS.1 - Subtract fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) with minuends less than or equal to one.**

Learning Goal:

Learning Goal:

• Level 2-3 – I will subtract fractions with like denominators (halves, thirds, fourths, and tenths) to solve a math problem.

• Level 1 – I will subtract fractional objects.

*Essential Questions:*

• How can I represent these fractions?

• What is the relationship between the two fractions?

• What is the difference of two fractions?

• Which part of the fractions do I subtract?

• Why do I not subtract the denominators?

• How can I express a fraction as a decimal?

• Which hundredths is larger/smaller (from a real-world example)?

*Vocabulary*:

•

**numerator**- the top number in a fraction, which shows the number of parts of the whole taken.

•

**denominator**- the bottom number in a fraction, which shows the number of parts the whole has been divided into.

•

**equal**- alike in size, value or amount to something else.

•

**fraction**- a representation of a division of a number; a part of a whole.

•

**half**- either of two equal parts of something.

•

**quarter**- one of four equal parts into which something is divided.

•

**whole number**- a positive integer or zero. 1, 15, 30 and 894 are examples.

__Students will add and subtract fractions with common denominators.__

**Learning Intention:**__Students will be successful when they can independently add or subtract fractions with denominators of 10 and 100.__

**Success Criteria:**
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**Strategy**

**Strategy**

To

Step 1: Make sure the bottom numbers (the denominators) are the same.

Step 2:

**subtract fractions**there are Two Simple Steps:

Step 1: Make sure the bottom numbers (the denominators) are the same.

Step 2:

**Subtract**the top numbers (the numerators), put that answer over the denominator.__Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominator Games__

__Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominator Games__