Math Park 304 - Fractions of a Set

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Fractions can also be represented as objects in groups

Using fractions of a set to introduce the concept of equivalent fractions

You also get a detailed Math Park Teacher Guide for this lesson, which indicates “pause points” for whole class or small group discussion.


It is ENGAGING! Students must be engaged before they are ready to learn. Our show uses comedy, music, special visual effects and live-action hosts to make math concepts clear. It can actually be entertaining! Many parents have stated that their children like Math Park because “it has real people.”

It is a series of 10-12 minute math video programs.

It won two Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards as Best Instructional Television Series.

It is produced and written by a small group of elementary math teachers and instructional coaches under the direction of Robert Sharp, a teacher, instructional coach, and producer of instructional television programs.

It is aimed at grades 2-4, but can also be used to review skills for grade 5.

It provides continuous review while the curriculum evolves so that students don’t forget what they learned earlier.

It helps meet the needs of English learners in that encourages math talk, plus the visual aspect of the program helps clarify math concepts.

It is HIGHLY INTERACTIVE! There are numerous “pause points” within each program which prompt full class and small group discussion.


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Debra Walker,
Grandmother, Clinton, Maryland

“Math Park is an amazing math tool every teacher should have in the classroom. Math Park helps students improve their math skills interactively with tons of fun. My students enjoyed it and did not stop asking to watch it over and over again.”

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Third Grade Teacher, Los Angeles, California

“Math Park is extraordinary! My students love it and actively participate with this interactive math resource. It's always a treat for them when an episode is shown. Even my most reluctant math learners are engaged. Math Park has a wonderful way of making even the most daunting concepts accessible to all--in an enjoyable and painless way.”

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Fourth Grade Teacher, Los Angeles, California

“The lesson is awesome and certainly one I will be using
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