This transcript is designed to accompany my PowerPoint lecture: Basic Fraction Rules: Parts of a Group, to aid teachers in using the PowerPoint slides as well as the ebook/handout. You can find the lecture under my store, Simple Concepts, on the Teachers Pay Teachers website. The transcript is based on how I have taught fractions to individual children. However, this lecture is designed for a classroom setting. I have purposely included a number of practice problems to allow active class participation. If you are pressed for time, you may skip some of these slides, however they emphasize the concepts. The slides are designed so that you can simply read the transcript in class. For best results, I suggest you review the transcript and the slides the night before. However if you are pressed for time, simply following the instructions on this transcript, read words highlighted in red, while showing the slides would allow you to perform a complete lecture on fractions as a part of a group to your class. What a teacher would read and say to the class are marked in red. There are also intentionally left blank spaces for you to fill out names and numbers that pertain to your class to make the lecture more personable. I have also included time to pause to allow class participation. The students should all have paper and pencil ready to write down the answer to questions, take notes and work out problems. There are a total of 46 lecturing slides, however many of the slides are designed to illustrate 1 or 2 simple concepts to not appear overwhelming to students and can be shown for less than 30 seconds. I anticipate this lecture to be roughly 20-30 minutes depending on how much you allow your class to participate. I hope you and your students will find this lecture entertaining and helpful. Happy teaching!