This high quality, professional-looking comprehensive unit includes over 100 slides of Interactive lessons including benchmark fractions, equivalent fractions, estimation of fractions on a number line, comparing fractions, more/less than 1/2, greater than/less than, visualizing fractions with like numerators/different denominators, identifying a fraction of a set, simplifying/reducing a fraction, improper fractions, mixed numbers, adding and subtracting fractions and fraction word problems.
This unit was designed for a fourth grade class at an average school, but much of it is appropriate for 3rd and 5th grades as well. I have had many colleagues in all grades use it and testify that they could not have created a unit as visual as this. I have had great success with students really understanding fractions based on the explicit visuals in this unit.
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