2ND VIDEO IN A THREE PART SERIES This video addresses standard 3.NF.3 Fractions with the same numerator and denominator equals one whole.
3rd VIDEO IN A THREE PART SERIES: This video addresses standard 3.NF.3 Fractions can be decomposed to equal whole numbers and whole numbers can be decomposed to equal fractional amounts.
In this game students practice equivalent fractions while playing Bingo. The game has two modes: Easy mode of play displays a pie graphic to represent the fraction. The denominator is represented by the total number of slices and the numerator is represented by the colored slices.
Challenge mode displays only the numerical fraction at first. If the student needs help it will introduce a pie graphic representing only the denominator. If they need further help it will display the shaded slices representing the numerator.
Generate simple equivalent fractions by using visual fraction models and the number line.This lesson is adapted from a lesson created by Engage NY: https://www.engageny.org/resource/grade-3-mathematics-module-5-topic-e-lesson-22/file/35446The lesson image is Quarters by luca fruzza from the Noun Project.
In this interactive activity students are to visualize the concept of equivalent fractions. The student has to illustrate two fractions which have the same value as a third given fraction.
In this lesson, students play a game in which they try to cover up hexagons using pattern block pieces. They use equivalent fractions to make exchanges and represent the compositions with equations.
This lesson is from Tools4NCTeachers. In this lesson, students solve problems involving fractions and use various models to compare fractions. Students focus on the importance of using the same whole when comparing. This is remixable.