Number and Operations - Fractions

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Compare two fractions that have the same denominator using greater and less than symbols.

Compare two fractions that have the same numerator using greater and less than symbols.

Practice comparing fractions with the help of visuals aides.

Identify unit fractions when given a visual or a context.

Graph and identify equivalent fractions on a number line. Identify and create equivalent fractions using visual models.

Locate 1 on a number line labeled with 0 and a unit fractions.

Plot and spot fractions on the number line.

Use unit fractions to think about the location of other fractions on the number line.

Identify the fraction of a whole that is shaded.

Practice identifying numerators and denominators in fractions.

Identify the fraction of a whole that is shaded.

Practice telling if a shape has been divided into equal parts.

Add two fractions with the like denominators.

Practice comparing decimals and fractions. Decimals and fractions in these

problems are limited to tenths and hundredths for easier comparison.

Practice rewriting fractions to have the same denominator.

Practice comparing decimals. Decimals in these problems are limited to tenths and hundredths.

Practice comparing two fractions with different denominators with greater and less than symbols. Practice comparing fractions and mixed numbers that have unlike denominators.

Practice comparing decimals with the help of visual aids.

Practice rewriting decimals as fractions. These problems use decimals with tenths and hundredths.

Practice rewriting fractions as decimals. Fractions in these problems have denominators of 10 and 100.

Practice writing a fraction as a mixed number and vice versa.

Practice writing decimal numbers shown in grid diagrams.

Practice finding decimal numbers on the number line. Decimals are limited to tenths in these problems.

Practice finding decimal numbers on the number line. Decimals are limited to hundredths.

Practice writing decimal numbers in word form and number form.

Graph tenths between 0 and 1 on the number line.

Graph hundredths between 0 and 0.1 on a number line.

Practice breaking apart (decomposing) some number of hundredths into tenths and hundredths.

Practice using the same whole to find equivalent fractions.

Practice making equivalent fractions by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the same number.

Practice writing equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100. These problems give you pictures to help you find the answer.

Practice these problems to see how decimals and fractions can represent the same number.

Practice matching fraction diagrams to multiplication expressions.

Practice ordering 3 fractions from least to greatest.

Solve a subtraction problem with two fractions with like denominators.

Practice seeing how one whole-number-times-fraction problem is the same as another. Find equivalent multiplication expressions.

Practice finding equivalent fractions. These problems show you pictures of fractions to help you out.

Practice comparing fractions by looking at pictures. Fractions in these problems do not have common denominators.

Practice adding fractions that have different denominators.

Practice adding and subtracting mixed numbers with different denominators. No regrouping required.

Challenge problems involving adding and subtracting fractions that have unlike denominators.

Practice solving fraction addition and subtraction word problems. The fractions in these problems have unlike denominators.

Practice adding and subtracting mixed numbers with different denominators. Regrouping required.

Practice dividing a whole number by a unit fraction.

Divide a unit fraction by a whole number.

Practice dividing unit fractions by whole numbers with visual models.

Learn how to divide whole number by unit fractions with visual models.

Practice multiplying two fractions.

Practice multiplying mixed numbers.

Practice subtracting fractions that have different denominators. Practice understanding that the fraction bar really means division.

Practice word problems that involve using the fraction bar as division.

Use area models, number lines, and tape diagrams to multiply a whole number times a fraction.

Use area models and tape diagrams to multiply a fraction times a fraction.

Practice adding and subtracting fractions that have different denominators. Problems have fraction diagrams.

Rational numbers on the number line

One-step equations with multiplication and division

Practice solving word problems by dividing fractions by fractions.

Understanding dividing fractions by fractions

Practice simplifying complex fractions.

Find your RIT Range below to see what you are ready to learn. If you forget your range it is in your google slides math portfolio.

*Halves and fourths***RIT Range: 161 - 178**

*Equal parts of circles and rectangles***RIT Range: 179 - 191**

*Compare two fractions that have either the same numerator or denominator.***RIT Range: 192-202**

Compare two fractions that have the same denominator using greater and less than symbols.

Compare two fractions that have the same numerator using greater and less than symbols.

Practice comparing fractions with the help of visuals aides.

Identify unit fractions when given a visual or a context.

Graph and identify equivalent fractions on a number line. Identify and create equivalent fractions using visual models.

Locate 1 on a number line labeled with 0 and a unit fractions.

Plot and spot fractions on the number line.

Use unit fractions to think about the location of other fractions on the number line.

Identify the fraction of a whole that is shaded.

Practice identifying numerators and denominators in fractions.

Identify the fraction of a whole that is shaded.

Practice telling if a shape has been divided into equal parts.

*Practice adding fractions that have denominators of 10 and 100.***RIT Range: 203-212**

Add two fractions with the like denominators.

Practice comparing decimals and fractions. Decimals and fractions in these

problems are limited to tenths and hundredths for easier comparison.

Practice rewriting fractions to have the same denominator.

Practice comparing decimals. Decimals in these problems are limited to tenths and hundredths.

Practice comparing two fractions with different denominators with greater and less than symbols. Practice comparing fractions and mixed numbers that have unlike denominators.

Practice comparing decimals with the help of visual aids.

Practice rewriting decimals as fractions. These problems use decimals with tenths and hundredths.

Practice rewriting fractions as decimals. Fractions in these problems have denominators of 10 and 100.

Practice writing a fraction as a mixed number and vice versa.

Practice writing decimal numbers shown in grid diagrams.

Practice finding decimal numbers on the number line. Decimals are limited to tenths in these problems.

Practice finding decimal numbers on the number line. Decimals are limited to hundredths.

Practice writing decimal numbers in word form and number form.

Graph tenths between 0 and 1 on the number line.

Graph hundredths between 0 and 0.1 on a number line.

Practice breaking apart (decomposing) some number of hundredths into tenths and hundredths.

Practice using the same whole to find equivalent fractions.

Practice making equivalent fractions by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the same number.

*Practice writing equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100.***RIT Range: 203-212**

Practice writing equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100. These problems give you pictures to help you find the answer.

Practice these problems to see how decimals and fractions can represent the same number.

Practice matching fraction diagrams to multiplication expressions.

Practice ordering 3 fractions from least to greatest.

Solve a subtraction problem with two fractions with like denominators.

Practice seeing how one whole-number-times-fraction problem is the same as another. Find equivalent multiplication expressions.

Practice finding equivalent fractions. These problems show you pictures of fractions to help you out.

Practice comparing fractions by looking at pictures. Fractions in these problems do not have common denominators.

*Fraction multiplication as scaling***RIT Range: 213-219**

Practice adding fractions that have different denominators.

Practice adding and subtracting mixed numbers with different denominators. No regrouping required.

Challenge problems involving adding and subtracting fractions that have unlike denominators.

Practice solving fraction addition and subtraction word problems. The fractions in these problems have unlike denominators.

Practice adding and subtracting mixed numbers with different denominators. Regrouping required.

Practice dividing a whole number by a unit fraction.

Divide a unit fraction by a whole number.

Practice dividing unit fractions by whole numbers with visual models.

Learn how to divide whole number by unit fractions with visual models.

Practice multiplying two fractions.

Practice multiplying mixed numbers.

Practice subtracting fractions that have different denominators. Practice understanding that the fraction bar really means division.

Practice word problems that involve using the fraction bar as division.

Use area models, number lines, and tape diagrams to multiply a whole number times a fraction.

Use area models and tape diagrams to multiply a fraction times a fraction.

Practice adding and subtracting fractions that have different denominators. Problems have fraction diagrams.

**RIT Range: 220-223**Rational numbers on the number line

One-step equations with multiplication and division

Practice solving word problems by dividing fractions by fractions.

Understanding dividing fractions by fractions

**RIT Range: 224-227**Practice simplifying complex fractions.