This powerpoint is intended as an introductory lesson to fractions in the 3rd grade. It poses an introductory question that helps to emphasize a key learning point, fractions as equal parts of a whole. It then uses some animation within the presentation to further demonstrate the idea of equal parts. The closing slides contain a few questions to check for understanding as a class, requiring them to identify the fraction name, and then understand why a divided shape may not be a fraction. The final slide then increases rigor by using irregularly shaped divisions, challenging the student's understanding by bringing to light the idea that divisions need not necessarily be identically shaped.