These pictures are wonderful for discussing fractions and estimating fractional parts! Although there is not a correct answer, the teacher can tell from student responses and explanations how well they understand the concept of fractions. This idea is mentioned in Van de Walle’s Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics.
I suggest using this during calendar or a number talk time. The value is in the discussions. There are a couple of free samples in the preview for you to try.
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