Lesson Plans for Fractions Collection.

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To visualize equivalent fractions.
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How to add fractions.
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Introduce the concept of multiplying fractions.
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20-minute exercise An interactive program that uses pattern blocks of various shapes to facilitate understanding of geometry and fractions.
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A series of four short videos explaining the basics of multiplying and dividing fractions and decimals.
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Exercise using an interactive pattern block program to show understanding of geometry and fractions.
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New Olympic Sport

by Emily Armour

This lesson plan for 10th grade English/Language Arts students involves researching Olympic Sports and preparing a persuasive presentation to nominate a "new" sport to be added as an official Olympic event. Web resources and an assessment rubric are included. The project is aligned to Ohio content standards in English/Language Arts and Technology.
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This lesson is made up of a couple of grids for students to complete to help them understand how to convert from fractions to decimals and percents.
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Visualizing and understanding rational numbers through number lines, diagrams, and problems.
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A presentation explaining how to work with improper fractions and mixed numbers including many practice problems.
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A game to help solidify fraction skills and knowledge. Problems are of four types: Equivalent, Comparing, Simplest Form, and Mixed Numbers
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Students will create a fictitious cereal with twenty ingredients expressed as a ratio, a simplified fraction, a decimal, and a percentage in relation to daily recommended serving. This 90 Minute Lesson may be presented on multiple days. (1) Review Ratios, Simplifying Fractions, and Converting Ratios in a fun and create way.
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This is a fun exercise that uses recipes to help students understand the use of fractions in everyday life. 60-minute lesson that could be spread over multiple days. Overview: Many students can test well on multiplying and dividing fractions, but when it comes to real life situations do not understand how to use their knowledge. Purpose: To assess students' working knowledge of fraction multiplication and division. Objective: Students will be able to apply what they've learned about fractions to a real life situation.
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