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4th Grade. Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominator.

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4th grade Math - Composing and Decomposing Fractions

Composing and Decomposing Fractions To help add and subttract fractions with LIKE denominators

Here's a great reference for students learning to master fractions. All TREND Learning Charts feature vibrant and engaging artwork plus accurate, teacher-created content to reinforce learning. Charts help teach essential subjects and can be displayed year-round for reference. Each chart back includes reproducibles, tips, and additional information. Sturdy and durable. 17" x 22" classroom size.

Here's a great reference for students learning to master fractions. All TREND Learning Charts feature vibrant and engaging artwork plus accurate, teacher-created content to reinforce learning. Charts help teach essential subjects and can be displayed year-round for reference. Each chart back includes reproducibles, tips, and additional information. Sturdy and durable. 17" x 22" classroom size.

Last week I posted about my newfound love for pattern blocks, especially for teaching fractions.  I gave all the kids each of the pieces a...

Last week I posted about my newfound love for pattern blocks, especially for teaching fractions. I gave all the kids each of the pieces and had them determine the value of each piece, if the hexagon equaled one. The next week they used this information to find as many equivalent fractions as they could. Even my low kids could do this because they could still choose a piece and sort out what other pieces fit "on top" of it. And my high kids loved it because they could start thinking deeper…

1) TEK: 4.2E  2) Fourth Grade 3) Representing decimals- tenths and hundredths- using money 4) On an anchor chart 5) I would use this anchor chart for direct instruction of the lesson. This is how I would instruct the students on the decimal values related to money.

1) TEK: 4.2E 2) Fourth Grade 3) Representing decimals- tenths and hundredths- using money 4) On an anchor chart 5) I would use this anchor chart for direct instruction of the lesson. This is how I would instruct the students on the decimal values related to money.

Thursday Tool School: Understanding Fractions- Decomposing Fractions | The Routty Math Teacher

Today's post will actually build on last week's post about decomposing fractions. Building a solid foundation for fractions in the upper elementary grades is essential for supporting students' understanding of operations with fractions in the middle grades. Last week, I discussed how important it is for students to be able to compose and decompose fractions. This week, I will extend this understanding to addition and subtraction stories. Specifically, this activity address the following…