###### Sunnyvale

###### July 24, 2021, 5:05:00 PM

###### Saturday

###### Level 4

## Mr. Rodney

### Target 1

###### Lesson Type:

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Number Operation

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Fractional Numbers

Identity, compare, and manipulate different types of fractions.

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Understand that fractions represent quantities that have a portion that is less than a whole.

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Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers (and vice versa), understanding that both have “wholes” as a part of their quantity.

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Understand that fractions with different numerators and denominators can represent the same size.

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Understand the equivalent relationship between mixed numbers and improper fractions.

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4th

###### Vocabulary:

Fractions, Improper Fractions, Numerator, Denominator, Vinculum, Mixed Number

Activities:

- Reviewed and discussed vocabulary pertaining to fractions.
- Used fraction tiles and drew pictures to represent improper fractions and depict how they relate directly to mixed numbers.
- Practiced converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.
- Used their understanding of adding like fractions to multiplying a fraction by a whole number.
- Practiced simplifying fractions where appropriate.

### Home Exploration

###### Challenge Problem:

Part 1: Convert the improper fractions into a mixed number.

Part 2: Convert the mixed number into an improper fraction.

Part 3: Multiply the fractions. If the answer is an improper fraction, convert it into a mixed number.

###### Challenge Data:

Part 1: 9/4, 21/5, 12/8

Part 2: 1 1/2, 3 3/4, 2 2/5

Part 3: 5 x 1/2, 8 x 2/3, 6 x 3/4

###### Guiding Questions:

- Review vocabulary terms.
- What part of a fraction never changes? The denominator!
- Draw pictures to help your child visualize the fractions.
- When multiplying fractions by whole numbers (or adding fractions with like terms) you only maniluplate the numerators.

###### Challenge Answer:

Part 1: 2 1/4, 4 1/5, 1 4/8 or 1 1/2

Part 2: 3/2, 15/4, 12/5

Part 3: 5/2 = 2 1/2, 16/3 = 5 1/3, 18/4 = 16 2/4 or 16 1/2

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