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In this activity students add, subtract, and find equivalent fractions.

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Drew Polly
07/24/2020
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In this lesson, students are given an order for cookies with a variety of toppings.  Students will add fractions to create the cookies and fulfill the order.

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Drew Polly
07/24/2020
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In this lesson, students explore partitioning into fractional parts by dividing sandwiches among different sized groups of students.  During exploration, students consider different ways that sandwiches can be decomposed so that children in the groups have an equal amount.  Students compare the amounts of sandwiches each person gets and explore equality among fractions through class discussion.

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Drew Polly
07/25/2020
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In this lesson students decompose, add, and subtraction fractions with a focus on unit fractions.

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Author:
Drew Polly
07/25/2020
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Scenario
You and a friend enter a fishing contest. You have been asked to collect worms before you can move to the next round in the fishing contest. You have heard that the longest worms are good to use for bait. According to the contest rules for the first stage, the person with the longest worm, in each pairing, will get to start fishing an hour earlier in the next round of the contest. You and your friend go home and think about the best place to find your worms. You found the best spot. After collecting your worms, you meet up with your friend to determine the length of each worm to the nearest 1/4 inch. Which one of you has the longest worm? Use a line plot to record your data. Remember: The person with the longest worm will get to continue to the next round.

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