This math flipchart for Promethean Board teaches students to demonstrate one fourth, to identify shapes divided in fourths, to differentiate between shapes divided in fourths and shapes not divided in fourths, and solve fraction word problems. This flipchart is aligned with 9.3 Houghton Mifflin Math - 1st grade. The lesson opens with a fraction word problem reviewing one half, in which students can use a visual manipulative to check their answer. Next, is a quick review (test prep) and lesson quiz (pre-test) derived from the text. Next is a title page introducing the lesson and then a page stating the lesson's objectives. The lesson then introduces vocabulary term(s): fourths, along with the definition, visuals, and a higher order thinking prompt. The first activity displays a page full of shapes in which students must identify which shapes show four fourths. Next, the students are given several shapes and must shade in one fourth of each shape, and are given another higher order thinking prompt, one suggestion: allow students to do this in partners on paper, then check whole group on the Promethean Board. Then, the students are given another set of shapes that they may draw lines to demonstrate fourths. A group work activity with math word problems is next in which a Kagan structure is implemented (you can adjust to your particular class's routine). The next page allows for review and closure. Last is a math journal prompt that asks students to take shapes and draw lines to show fourths in two different ways for each shape.