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Unit 3: Extending Operations to FractionsClick on each Unit Overview to get a general idea about the unit. Then click on the Student Lesson and Cool-Down to access and print the lesson. Please turn in the lesson and the Cool-Down when completed. Some lessons require additional activities. If this is the case, I have included links for these as well. You may also click on the Google Slides link for Google Slides to go along with each lesson if you need assistance.Lesson 1: Equal Groups of Unit Fractions (Section A)
1/2 kiwi on five separate plates (5 x 1/2)
Lesson 2: Representations of Equal Groups of Fractions (Section A)
1/8 of a whole three times (3 x 1/8) Lesson 3: Patterns in Mulitplication (Section A)
Multiplying Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers Lesson 4: Equal Groups of Non-Unit Fractions (Section A)Equal Groups of Non-Unit FractionsLesson 5: Equivalent Multiplication Expressions (Section A)
Lesson 6: Problems with Equal Groups of Fractions (Section A)
Lesson 7: Fractions as Sums (Section B)
Lesson 8: Addition of Fractions (Section B)
Lesson 9: Differences of Fraction (Section B)
Lesson 10: Numbers in Subtraction (Section B)
Lesson 11: Subtract Fractions Flexibly (Section B) Lesson 12: Sums and Differences of Fractions (Section B)
Lesson 13: Fractional Measurements on Line Plots (Section B) Measurements on a Line Plot Lesson 14: Problems about Fractional Measurement Data (Section B)
Measurements on a Line Plot Lesson 15: An Assortment of Fractions (Section C)
Lesson 16: Tenths and Hundredths Together (Section C)
Lesson 17: Sums of Tenths and Hundredths (Section C)
Lesson 18: Lots of Fractions to Add (Section C)
Lesson 19: Flexible with Fractions (Section C) |