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Pg.2-4: These pages are handouts that can be given to each student to place in their folders or used as a classroom poster that will work as a guide for the forthcoming pages. The handouts explain what a fraction is and where are the numerator and the denominator.
Pg.5: The student will circle each shape that is divided into equal parts.
Pg.6-7: Will color the shapes to represent the fraction shown.
Pg.8: Kiddos will draw a line from the pizzas to the matching fraction.
Pg.9: They will look at the fraction on the left and choose from multiple choices which shape represent the fraction shown.
Pg.10: Look at the fraction. Color the shapes to show the fraction.
Pg.11: Write down the fraction that shows what part of each pizza has toppings on it.
Pg.12: The students will view a shape and circle the correct fraction from the given choices.
Pg.13: Each fraction needs to be named. Then, they will circle the largest fraction in each group.
Pg.14-15: Which fraction is less/greater? Will write > or < to show their answer.
Pg.16-18: The kiddos will observe a group of pictures with different characteristics. Then they will answer a set of questions.
Pg.19: What fraction of each shape is shaded?
Write the missing numerator or denominator for each.
Pg.20: A handout that explains how to add fractions.
Pg.21: They will look at each shape and write down the missing fractions. Add.
Pg.22: Add the fractions. Shade then write your answer.
Pg.23: Add the fractions.
Pg.24: The kiddos with shade the fractions and then compare them. Which fraction is less/greater? Write >, < or = to show your answer.
Pg.25: Students will add the fractions to solve the riddle.
Pg.26: A handout that explains how to subtract fractions.
Pg.27-28: Write down the missing fractions. Subtract.
Pg.30: Subtract the fractions.
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