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2 Fraction PiecesPattern Blocks

3 Part of a Set Part of a Set in Real Life Examples

4  Proper Fractions Definition  nary.html nary.html  Video: Proper Fractions  /Math5.html /Math5.html Activity – Proper Fractions Workbook Page 1 & 2

5 Equivalent Fractions: /dictionary.html Math Live Video: Equivalent Fractions: 5l/html/Math5.html

6 Small Group Activity:  Using various manipulatives, create the following equivalent fractions: 2 =4 36 You can use pattern blocks, fraction pieces or model a set of items (such as counters).

7 Find the fraction or picture that matches the one you hold. Every student has a partner in the room that has their equivalent fraction. Find that person and stay with them!

8  Journal Entry Page 3 of Student Workbook  Student Text Workbook Page 55 and 57  Early Finishers can complete page 56 in Student Text Workbook

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10 Complete Page 5 in Student Workbook

11  Page 6 of Student Workbook  Remember that constructed responses are always evaluated, so treat them like one!  Your constructed response will not be taken in for at least 30 minutes  When you are finished you can work on the POTW or you may read, no one will use the computers during constructed responses

12 Apples Fractions by Jerry Pallotta National Library of Virtual Manipulatives  105_g_2_t_1.html?from=category_g_2_t_1. html 105_g_2_t_1.html?from=category_g_2_t_1. html Complete page 57 of Student Text Workbook

13  We will be creating a page for each fraction: Each fraction has its own page and all fractions will be represented using pictures, numbers and words. Each page will be divided into two parts; the original fraction and its equivalent.

14  Page 7 of Student Workbook  Remember that constructed responses are always evaluated, so treat them like one!  Your constructed response will not be taken in for at least 30 minutes  When you are finished you can work on the POTW or you may read, no one will use the computers during constructed responses

15 Math Live Video me5l/html/Math5.html

16  When comparing fractions with the same denominator, the one with the larger numerator is the largest fraction 1<25  When comparing fractions with the same numerator but different denominators, the largest fraction will be the one with the smaller denominator 5<5 97  When comparing fractions with different numerators and denominators, draw a diagram to help you see what the fraction looks like. The shapes you use must be identical. 2<5 67

17  Complete page 59 of the Student Text Workbook  Student Workbook Page 8

18 First compare the fractions with the same numerators using the rules we learned, then order them on a number line  Number Line Representation 

19 First compare the fractions with the same denominators using the rules we learned, then order them on a number line

20 First compare the fractions with differing numerators and denominators using the rules we learned, then order them on a number line

21  Complete page 58 in the Student Text Workbook  You will need tracing paper Journal entry page 13 of Student Workbook

22  Select small groups of 2 or 3 using the sticks  Each group will get a set of dominos  Order the dominos from least to greatest  Create a number line using a piece of paper and a ruler  Place the dominos on the number line

23 Complete page 14 in Student Booklet Play Fraction Squares Game

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27  Convert the decimals to fractions

28  Complete Page 60 in Text Workbook  Complete Page 17 in Student Booklet

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31 Decimal Riddles!


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