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Fraction Introduction Chart

Fraction Introduction Chart
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Use this chart to help teach students what the numerator and denominator means. In this chart, the example of 2/3 is given. 3 represents how many equal parts the object is broken into. 2 represents how many of those pieces are shaded. Using the "I have" and "equal parts" phrase, the fraction picture of 2/3 would be explained as "I have 2 out of 3 equal parts".

Once the "I have, equal parts" concept is understood it could be used in more detail, such as "I have 5 red cars out of 7" or "I have 3 pieces of pie eaten out of 8 equal slices."

***See my Math Operations Vocabulary Charts, also in my TpT store, for all the terms of each numeral in every operation.

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