# Common Core Math: 3rd Grade Fractions Complete Set        Subject
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If you teach third grade math, this is jam-packed with everything you need to teach fractions and cover the Common Core standards! This set was designed so you would have a complete unit. The presentation is so easy to follow that a substitute could even teach new content if you were unexpectedly absent!

This is included in my Common Core Math: 3rd Grade Complete Set GROWING Bundle!

Also, this is a great way to help enrich your high-flying 2nd graders, or help reinforce concepts for 4th graders. The presentation could be self-guided when needed!

There are 5 main topics for this Fractions unit! (See notes below)

*Representing Fractions

*(Fraction) Number Lines

*Equivalent Fractions (using visuals or number lines)

*Representing Whole Numbers (with fractions)

*Comparing Fractions (with like numerators or denominators)

**These focus on halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths and dictated by the CC standards**

Extra Practice for Representing Fractions and Equivalent Fractions

Included:

♦ List of standards that are covered (in assessment file)

♦ Planning guide to help you easily write lessons, matches up the presentation slides, assessments, vocabulary used, interactive notebook entries, and games/activities for each mini unit to help you quickly make plans.

♦A full in-depth presentation on all main and review topics listed above, this includes class practice questions and answers at the end of each section. (There is also a brief review on the phrasing and vocabulary of addition and subtraction in word problems.)

♦3 Assessments PER main topic. Each topic has a regular practice assessment, an "Application" assessment (word problems, using tables), and a "Test Prep" with multiple choice (all w/ keys!)

♦Extra assessment for representing fractions and equivalent fractions.

♦A complete unit study guide (w/ key) in the "style" of Common Core assessment

♦A complete unit test (w/key) in the "style" of Common Core assessment

♦Everything you need for a math interactive notebook including a notes/practice page and a foldable/activity for each topic. I have included a key and picture so you can see how I set up my notebook! There will be room for you to add any notes you want your students to include.

♦Vocabulary cards for your room covering: fraction, whole number, numerator, denominator, number line, equivalent, comparing, greater than, less than, equal sign

♦Six total games and/or activities that could be used as class/group activities or centers that cover all six topics: Fraction Representation Memory/Concentration, Equivalent Fraction/Whole Number Fractions "Old Man" Game (like Old Maid), "Play Clay" Fraction Tasks using clay (parts of a whole, equivalent fractions), "Cookin' Up Fractions Board Game for Review, "Clip It!" Fractions Review Task Cards, and Pattern Block Fractions Tasks (parts of a whole, equivalent fractions, and representing whole number)

♦Paper 6-sided dice if needed, as well as 1-6 cards if preferred over dice to use for games.

♦ Extra fraction bars and blank fraction models of halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths to use to reinforce concepts as needed.

♦Very detailed notes for you from me on how to use the set! This includes a "Unit Guide" correlating all of the mini-unit/topics in a chart for ease of use and planning!

***Please note that while these are in color, they print beautifully in black and white! I know many of us do not have color printers at school, so I wanted to make sure these worked both ways!

***These files are all in PDF format, to show the presentation full screen, go to "view", then "Full Screen Mode" and it will view just like a PowerPoint Presentation!

Want to read some reviews of my Common Core units? Check out my 4th and 5th grade ones for now!

Coming Soon: All of my 3rd Grade Common Core Math Sets:

Common Core Math - 3rd Grade: Place Value Unit

Common Core Math - 3rd Grade: Multiplication Unit

Common Core Math - 3rd Grade: Fractions Unit

Common Core Math: 3rd Grade Measurement

**I will add these as they are completed!**

Here are all of my 5th Grade Common Core Math Sets:

5th Grade Common Core Math Growing Bundle!!!

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Place Value Unit

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Whole Number Operations Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Decimal Operations Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Algebra Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Fractions Part 1 Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Fractions Part 2 Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Fractions Part 3 Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Geometry Complete Set

Common Core Math: 5th Grade Measurement & Data Complete Set

Check out my 4th Grade Common Core Sets:

Common Core Math 4th Grade Complete Set (Entire Year)

Common Core Math: 4th Grade Place Value Unit

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Multiplication Complete Set

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Division Complete Set

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Algebra Complete Set

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Fractions Complete Set

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Decimals Complete Set

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Measurement and Data Complete Set

Common Core Math: 4th Grade - Geometry Complete Set

I hope you enjoy this item. If you have any questions, concerns or ideas for custom work, please contact me! Thanks and stop by again soon!

Happy Teaching!

Carrie

carrie.whitlock@gmail.com

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Compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two fractions refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.
Express whole numbers as fractions, and recognize fractions that are equivalent to whole numbers. Examples: Express 3 in the form 3 = 3/1; recognize that 6/1 = 6; locate 4/4 and 1 at the same point of a number line diagram.
Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions, (e.g., 1/2 = 2/4, 4/6 = 2/3). Explain why the fractions are equivalent, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.
Understand two fractions as equivalent (equal) if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line.
Explain equivalence of fractions in special cases, and compare fractions by reasoning about their size.
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257 pages
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1 month
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