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80 4th G radeFraCtIoNPrintablesIncludes teaching pages,worksheets, journal pages,quizzes, assessments, wordproblems, and other activities.CCSSaligned Rebecca RojasCreate.Teach.Share

Part 1UnderstandingFraCtIoNsSTANDARDS: 3.NF.1 and 3.NF.2 (review for 4th)DURATION: 2 to 3 daysCONTENTS:1. What is a Fraction?/Parts of a Fraction2. Fractions are Everywhere (HW Assignment)3. Ways to Represent a Fraction (4 pages)4. Name the Fraction (2 pages)5. Color the Fraction (2 pages)6. Fractions on a Number Line (2 pages)7. Pattern Block Fractions8. Understanding Fractions Quiz9. Fractions on a RulerTOTAL PAGES: 15

What is a Fraction?Parts of a Fraction:Denominator:HNumerator:

Answer KeyWhat is a Fraction?A fraction represents a part of awhole.Parts of a Fraction:Denominator:Represents thenumber of equalparts in a whole.HNumerator:Represents thepart of thewhole.

fractions are EverywhereFor homework tonight, think of all the different ways thatfractions are used in real-life. Think of different examples and askfamily members for ideas. Record your ideas in the space below.Create a list, draw pictures, or cut and paste examples you find.

Ways to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber LineRepresentsParts of the WholeShade Parts10Number ofEqual PartsParts of a GroupShade out ofTotal Objectsin a GroupRepresentOne WholeLHow many parts is thewhole divided into?Circle ModelShade PartsDivided intoEqual Parts

Answer KeyWays to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line3PartsShade3RepresentsParts of the Whole10Number ofEqual PartsParts of a Group3out of5ShadeRepresentOne WholeLHow many parts is the5whole divided into?Circle Model3PartsShade3 Parts of the circleshould be coloredTotal Objectsin a Group5Divided intoEqual Parts

Ways to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line0Parts of a GroupH1Circle Model

Answer KeyWays to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line0Parts of a GroupH1Circle ModelCircle should be divided into4 equal parts, with 3 shaded.

Ways to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line0Parts of a Groupf1Circle Model

Answer KeyWays to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line0Parts of a Groupf1Circle ModelCircle should be divided into8 equal parts, with 5 shaded.

Ways to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line0Parts of a Groupd1Circle Model

Answer KeyWays to Represent a FractionFraction BarsNumber Line0Parts of a Groupd1Circle ModelCircle should be divided into8 equal parts, with 3 shaded.

Name: Date: Score:Name the Fraction #11 .5.2 .6 .3 .7.4 .8 .

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Name the Fraction #11 .5.232 .586 .123 .347.564 .258 .1426

Name: Date: Score:Name the Fraction #21 .5.2 .6 .3 .7.4 .8 .

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Name the Fraction #21 .5.132 .386 .7103 .247.464 .358 .41036

Name: Date: Score:Color the Fraction #11 .5.M2 .g6 .w3 .F7.P4 .8 .yNS

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Color the Fraction #11 .5.M2 .g6 .w3 .F7.P4 .8 .yNS

Name: Date: Score:Color the Fraction #21 .5.d2 .G6 .v3 .N7.Q4 .8 .zhP

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Color the Fraction #21 .5.d2 .G6 .v3 .N7.Q4 .8 .zhP

Name: Date: Score:Fractions on a Number Line #11 .5.012 .16 .03 .004 .010117.0118 .01

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Fractions on a Number Line #11 .5.101068252 .6 .1046243 .10107.0145284 .10238 .01910

Name: Date: Score:Fractions on a Number Line #2fL1 .Labelon the number line.102 .LabelH103 .Labeld0on the number line.104 .Labelon the number line.Con the number line.15.Labelon the number line.106 .LabelP107.LabelK0on the number line.108 .Labelon the number line.zon the number line.1

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Fractions on a Number Line #2fL1 .Labelon the number line.102 .LabelH103 .Labeld0on the number line.104 .Labelon the number line.Con the number line.15.Labelon the number line.106 .LabelP107.LabelK0on the number line.108 .Labelon the number line.zon the number line.1

Name: Date: Score:Pattern Block FractionsUse pattern blocks to help find each of the fractions.If.Then. 1 If.Then. 1If. Then. 1

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Pattern Block FractionsUse pattern blocks to help find each of the fractions.If.Then.A 1If.Then. 1If. AThen. 1C CA O

Name: Date: Score:Understanding Fractions QuizLabel the fraction parts.Find the fraction for each.SRepresentSusing the following.01Bar Model:Number Line:01If.Parts of a Group: 1Then.

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Understanding Fractions QuizLabel the fraction parts.DenominatorRepresentSSFind the fraction for each.Numerator58using the following.Bar Model:38Number Line:0101If.Parts of a Group: 1Then.C

Name: Date: Score:Fractions on a RulerDirections: For each ruler section, find A, B, and C.1BAC2A: B: C:A3CB4A: B: C:A6C7BA: B: C:A10BCA: B: C:11

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Fractions on a RulerDirections: For each ruler section, find A, B, and C.1BA1bC121H9/16 C:A: B:A3CB3F43d311/16A: B: C:A66dCB6A7613/16A: B: C:BAC101010103/16 B:3/16 C:A:11

2traPEquivalentFraCtIoNsSTANDARDS: 4.NF.1, 4.NF.5DURATION: 2 to 3 daysCONTENTS:1. Equivalent Fractions Chart2. Equivalent Fraction Bars (2 pages)3. Equivalent Fractions: Denominators of 10 & 100 (2 pages)4. Using Multiplication to Find Equivalent Fractions5. Using Division to Find Equivalent Fractions6. Simplest Form7. True or False: Equivalent Fractions Journal Prompt8. Find Equivalent Fractions Journal Prompt9. Mixed Practice: Equivalent Fractions10. Equivalent Fractions QuizTOTAL PAGES: 12

Equivalent Fractions ChartLabel and color the fraction bars. Then use the fraction bars to list asmany equivalent fractions as you can for the fractions below.1 21 31 44.NF.1

Answer KeyEquivalent Fractions ChartLabel and color the fraction bars. Then use the fraction bars to list asmany equivalent fractions as you can for the fractions below.1ABCDEFGIHJ K L M NO P Q R S Tb c d e f g h is t u v w x y z { }LMNOPQRSTUVWG Q ewQP Oc N1 21 31 44.NF.1

Name: Date: Score:Equivalent Fraction Bars #1For each:1. Name the fraction for the first fraction bar.2. Color the second fraction bar to represent an equivalent fraction.3. Write the equivalent fraction. 4.NF.1

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Equivalent Fraction Bars #1For each:1. Name the fraction for the first fraction bar.2. Color the second fraction bar to represent an equivalent fraction.3. Write the equivalent fraction.23 4645 81034 91268 344.NF.1

Name: Date: Score:Equivalent Fraction Bars #2For each:1. Name the fraction for the first fraction bar.2. Color the second fraction bar to represent an equivalent fraction.3. Write the equivalent fraction. 4.NF.1

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Equivalent Fraction Bars #2For each:1. Name the fraction for the first fraction bar.2. Color the second fraction bar to represent an equivalent fraction.3. Write the equivalent fraction.24 36610 3511 88312 144.NF.1

Equivalent Fractions: Denominators of 10 & 1007 1010040 100106 1010080 100104.NF.5

Answer KeyEquivalent Fractions: Denominators of 10 & 1007 1010040 100470106 1010080 100860104.NF.5

Equivalent Fractions: Denominators of 10 & 100To find equivalent fractions when the numeratorsand/or denominators are multiples of 10 or 100, you canmultiply or divide by a fraction that has a numeratorand denominator of 10.2 x 10 2010 10 10050 10 5100 10 10Find an equivalent fraction for each.3 10 10060 100 107 10 10090 100 101 10 10020 100 104 10 10080 100 105 10 1004.NF.5

Answer KeyEquivalent Fractions: Denominators of 10 & 100To find equivalent fractions when the numeratorsand/or denominators are multiples of 10 or 100, you canmultiply or divide by a fraction that has a numeratorand denominator of 10.2 x 10 2010 10 10050 10 5100 10 10Find an equivalent fraction for each.3 3010 10060 6100 107 7010 10090 9100 101 1010 10020 2100 104 4010 10080 8100 105 5010 1004.NF.5

Using Multiplication to FindEquivalent FractionsTo find equivalent fractions, you can multiplya fraction by a fraction that is equivalent to 1.Multiply the numerators and the denominatorsto find an equivalent fraction.1 x2 22x2 41 x3 2x31 x4 2x42x2 3x22x4 3x42x5 3x51 x2 4x21x4x 1x4x 3x2 4x23x4x 3x4x 4.NF.1

Using Multiplication to FindEquivalent FractionsAnswer KeyTo find equivalent fractions, you can multiplya fraction by a fraction that is equivalent to 1.Multiply the numerators and the denominatorsto find an equivalent fraction.1 x4 42x4 81 x2 22x2 41 x3 32x3 62x2 43x2 62 x 4 8 2 x 5 103 x 4 12 3 x 5 15The answers for these problems will vary.1 x2 24x2 81 x3 3 1 x4 44 x 3 12 4 x 4 163x2 64x2 83 x 3 9 3 x 4 124 x 3 12 4 x 4 164.NF.1

Using Division to FindEquivalent FractionsTo find equivalent fractions, you can dividea fraction by a fraction that is equivalent to 1.Divide the numerators and the denominatorsto find an equivalent fraction.6 2 312 2 66 3 12 36 6 12 66 2 10 24 4 12 45 5 10 52 2 8 28 2 12 23 3 6 33 3 12 34 4 8 44 2 10 24.NF.1

Using Division to FindEquivalent FractionsTo find equivalent fractions, you can dividea fraction by a fraction that is equivalent to 1.Divide the numerators and the denominatorsto find an equivalent fraction.6 2 312 2 66 3 212 3 46 6 112 6 26 2 310 2 54 4 112 4 35 5 110 5 22 2 18 2 48 2 412 2 63 3 16 3 23 3 112 3 44 4 18 4 24 2 210 2 54.NF.1

Simplest FormTo find simplest form, divide the numerator anddenominator by the greatest common factor. Thegreatest common factor is the greatest factor thatthe numerator and the denominator share.Examples:TEH zBM Directions: Find simplest form for each fraction.Uc g R v S 4.NF.1

Answer KeySimplest FormTo find simplest form, divide the numerator anddenominator by the greatest common factor. Thegreatest common factor is the greatest factor thatthe numerator and the denominator share.Examples:TEH zBM Directions: Find simplest form for each fraction.Uc 2 52 6g 2 12 4R 2 32 4v 2 22 3S 2 22 5 4 24 34.NF.1

Name: Date: Score:True or False: Equivalent FractionsTwo-thirds is equal to four-sixths.2 43 6True or False?Use models, pictures, and words in the spaceprovided below to prove your answer.4.NF.1

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:True or False: Equivalent FractionsTwo-thirds is equal to four-sixths.2 43 6True or False?Use models, pictures, and words in the spaceprovided below to prove your answer.True.Responses will vary.4.NF.1

Name: Date: Score:Find Equivalent FractionsFind 2 or more equivalent fractions for.14Use models, pictures, arithmetic, and words inthe space provided below to prove your answer.4.NF.1

Name: Date: Score:Mixed Practice:Equivalent FractionsFor each fraction given, list 3 equivalent fractionsCgFind an equivalent fraction for each.8 10 10050 100 109 10 100Find the simplest form of each fraction.Qg Pz vS

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Mixed Practice:Equivalent FractionsFor each fraction given, list 3 equivalent fractionsThe answers for these problems will vary.CgFind an equivalent fraction for each.50 5100 108 8010 1009 9010 100Find the simplest form of each fraction.Qg 12 34Pz 13 45vS 25 23

Name: Date: Score:Equivalent Fractions QuizUse the method of your choice to find an equivalent fraction for each.1 4 82 3 61 2 82 5 101 2 66 8 4153 6 12 2 8 43 5 102 4 81 3 613 4 122 4 64 8 23 4 83 6 10 61 2 42 3 124.NF.1

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Equivalent Fractions QuizUse the method of your choice to find an equivalent fraction for each.1 24 82 43 61 42 82 45 101 32 66 38 4 553 66 123 65 102 44 81 23 63 94 122 34 64 18 23 4 83 6 102 18 41 661 2 42 3 1214.NF.1

3traPComparingFraCtIoNsSTANDARDS: 4.NF.2DURATION: 2 to 4 daysCONTENTS:1. Ways to Compare Fractions (3 pages)2. Comparing with Fraction Bars (2 pages)3. Comparing with Number Lines (2 pages)4. Comparing Fractions Chart5. Comparing Fractions to One-Half6. Finding Common Denominators7. Cross Multiplication8. Ordering Fractions (2 pages)9. True or False: Comparing Fractions Journal Prompt10. Comparing Fractions QuizTOTAL PAGES: 15

Ways to Compare FractionsNumber LinesFraction BarsRepresent each fraction on thenumber lines.Color the fraction bars torepresent each fraction.Which is the greaterfraction?Use½ as aBenchmark- Is- IsDKD- So,101Which fraction is closer to 0?DKgreater or less thangreater or less than0AALook for CommonNumerators orDenominators- If the numerators are the same,then the greater the denominator,the smaller the parts.?is thanWhich fraction is closerto 1?K- If the denominators are the same,then the greater the numerator,the greater the fraction.- So,Dis thanK4.NF.2

Answer KeyWays to Compare FractionsNumber LinesFraction BarsRepresent each fraction on thenumber lines.Color the fraction bars torepresent each fraction.Which is the greaterfraction?DUse½ as aBenchmark- Is- IsDKD- So,01DKgreatergreater or less than1Which fraction is closer to 0?greater or less thanless0 AAWhich fraction is closerto 1?DLook for CommonNumerators orDenominators- If the numerators are the same,then the greater the denominator,the smaller the parts.?greateristhanKK- If the denominators are the same,then the greater the numerator,the greater the fraction.- So,DgreateristhanK4.NF.2

Ways to Compare FractionsNumber LinesFraction BarsColor the fraction bars torepresent each fraction.Which is the greaterfraction?Use½ as aBenchmark0101Which fraction is closer to 0?dLHow does each fractioncompare to?ARepresent each fraction on thenumber lines.Which fraction is closerto 1?Look for CommonNumerators orDenominators- If the numerators are the same,then the greater the denominator,the smaller the parts.- If the denominators are the same,then the greater the numerator,the greater the fraction.- So,4.NF.2

Answer KeyWays to Compare FractionsNumber LinesFraction BarsRepresent each fraction on thenumber lines.Color the fraction bars torepresent each fraction.Which is the greaterfraction?LUse½ as aBenchmark0101Which fraction is closer to 0?dLHow does each fractioncompare to?A3/8 is less than ½ and 3/5 isgreater than ½, so 3/8 is lessthan 3/5. dWhich fraction is closerto 1?LLook for CommonNumerators orDenominators- If the numerators are the same,then the greater the denominator,the smaller the parts.- If the denominators are the same,then the greater the numerator,the greater the fraction.Three-eighths is less than- So,three-fifths.4.NF.2

Ways to Compare FractionsNumber LinesFraction BarsColor the fraction bars torepresent each fraction.Which is the greaterfraction?Use½ as aBenchmark0101Which fraction is closer to 0?fdHow does each fractioncompare to?ARepresent each fraction on thenumber lines.Which fraction is closerto 1?Look for CommonNumerators orDenominators- If the numerators are the same,then the greater the denominator,the smaller the parts.- If the denominators are the same,then the greater the numerator,the greater the fraction.- So,4.NF.2

Answer KeyWays to Compare FractionsNumber LinesFraction BarsRepresent each fraction on thenumber lines.Color the fraction bars torepresent each fraction.Which is the greaterfraction?fUse½ as aBenchmark0101Which fraction is closer to 0?fdHow does each fractioncompare to?A5/8 is greater than ½ and 3/8 isless than ½. So 5/8 is greaterthan 3/8. dWhich fraction is closerto 1?fLook for CommonNumerators orDenominators- If the numerators are the same,then the greater the denominator,the smaller the parts.- If the denominators are the same,then the greater the numerator,the greater the fraction.Five-eighths is greater than- So,three-eighths.4.NF.2

Name: Date: Score:Comparing with Fraction Bars #1Color the fraction bars to represent each fraction. Then compare.DLHdQRMG4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Comparing with Fraction Bars #1Color the fraction bars to represent each fraction. Then compare. DQ LR HM dG4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Comparing with Fraction Bars #2Color the fraction bars to represent each fraction. Then compare.KfGhdSeH4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Comparing with Fraction Bars #2Color the fraction bars to represent each fraction. Then compare. Kd fS Ge hH4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Comparing with Number Lines #1Use the number lines to represent each fraction. Then compare.GLDKQHdR01010101010101014 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Comparing with Number Lines #1Use the number lines to represent each fraction. Then compare. GQ0101 LH0101 Dd0101 KR01014 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Comparing with Number Lines #2Use the number lines to represent each fraction. Then compare.MSDLHhRA01010101010101014 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Comparing with Number Lines #2Use the number lines to represent each fraction. Then compare. MH0101 Sh0101 DR0101 LA01014 .N F. 2

Comparing Fractions ChartUse the fraction chart to compare the fractions below.1ABCDEFGIHJ K L M NO P Q R S Tb c d e f g h is t u v w x y z { }K fH Ru Pc CD LK u4.NF.2

Comparing Fractions ChartAnswer KeyUse the fraction chart to compare the fractions below.1ABCDEFGIHJ K L M NO P Q R S Tb c d e f g h is t u v w x y z { }K fH Ru Pc CD LK u4.NF.2

Name: Date: Score:Comparing Fractions to One-HalfALabel the number lines.01010101010101Tell whether each fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to ½.DGLPdx4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Comparing Fractions to One-HalfALabel the number lines.0001F00DC001HG1J K L MO P Q R Sb c d e f g hs t u v w x y z {1111Tell whether each fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to ½.DGgreater thanequal toLPgreater thanless thandxless thangreater than4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Finding Common DenominatorsMultiply both fractions by a fraction that is equivalent to 1,and so that each will have the same denominator.H D?HET DISTS HDx xSo. Directions: Find common denominators to compare the fractions.F CH SA d f Hv L z M4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Finding Common DenominatorsMultiply both fractions by a fraction that is equivalent to 1,and so that each will have the same denominator.H D?HET DISTS HDx xSo. Directions: Find common denominators to compare the fractions.F CH SA dv Lf Hz M4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Cross MultiplicationExample:9Multiply 4 x 2 and 3 x 3.Compare the products. H DTherefore, 3/4 is greater than 2/38Directions: Use the Cross Multiplication Method to compare the fractions.D AS Mz RC Kc AD LH LD uC K4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Cross MultiplicationExample:9Multiply 4 x 2 and 3 x 3.Compare the products. H DTherefore, 3/4 is greater than 2/38Directions: Use the Cross Multiplication Method to compare the fractions.D AS Mz RC Kc AD LH LD uC K4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Ordering Fractions #1Use your understanding of comparing fractions, toorder each set of fractions from least to greatest.SfGDddzLHRDAvQG4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Ordering Fractions #1Use your understanding of comparing fractions, toorder each set of fractions from least to greatest.SfGDddzLHRDAvQGdAvQdDfGDGSzLHR4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:Ordering Fractions #2Use your understanding of comparing fractions, toorder each set of fractions from greatest to least.AKPHvJDDSfdxuKP4 .N F. 2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Ordering Fractions #2Use your understanding of comparing fractions, toorder each set of fractions from greatest to least.AKPHvJDDSfdAxKuuKKPPJxPHvdDDSf4 .N F. 2

Name: Date: Score:True or False: Comparing FractionsThree-eighths is greater than four-sixths.3 48 6True or False?Use models, pictures, and words in the spaceprovided below to prove your answer.4.NF.2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:True or False: Comparing FractionsThree-eighths is greater than four-sixths.3 48 6True or False?Use models, pictures, and words in the spaceprovided below to prove your answer.FalseResponses will vary.4.NF.2

Name: Date: Score:Comparing & Ordering Fractions QuizUse , , or to compare the fractions.S Ax RA fC Pc DD KL PS uR DOrder each set of fractions from least to greatest.DhGugK4.NF.2

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Comparing & Ordering Fractions QuizUse , , or to compare the fractions.C Pc DD KD h GG D hu g Ku K gS Ax RA fL PS uR DOrder each set of fractions from least to greatest.4.NF.2

Part 4Adding & SubtractingFraCtIoNsSTANDARDS: 4.NF.3, 4.NF.5DURATION: 4 to 6 daysCONTENTS:1. Decomposing Fractions (4 pages)2. Decomposing Mixed Numbers3. Decomposing Fractions Journal Prompt4. Decomposing Fractions Quiz5. Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions6. Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers7. Adding Fractions8. Subtracting Fractions9. Adding Mixed Numbers10.11.12.13.14.15.Subtracting Mixed NumbersWord Problems: Add & Subtract FractionsWord Problems: Add & Subtract Mixed NumbersCreate Your Own Word Problems: Adding & Subtracting FractionsAdding Fractions with Denominators of 10 &100Mixed Practice: Adding & Subtracting Fractions16. Adding & Subtracting Fractions QuizTOTAL PAGES: 19

Decomposing FractionsTTis decomposed in 4 different ways, usingthe fraction bars below. Write an equation tomatch each of the fraction bars. The firstone has been done for you.QPOT 4.NF.3

Answer KeyDecomposing FractionsTTis decomposed in 4 different ways, usingthe fraction bars below. Write an equation tomatch each of the fraction bars. The firstone has been done for you.QPOT PPPT ROOT PRT 4.NF.3

Decomposing FractionsiiUse the fraction bars, to decompose in 4different ways. Use different colors for thedifferent parts. Then write an equation torepresent each decomposed fraction.4.NF.3

Decomposing FractionsSSis decomposed in 4 different ways, usingthe fraction bars below. Write an equation tomatch each of the fraction bars. The firstone has been done for you.PPOS 4.NF.3

Answer KeyDecomposing FractionsSSis decomposed in 4 different ways, usingthe fraction bars below. Write an equation tomatch each of the fraction bars. The firstone has been done for you.PPOS OQOS ROS PQS 4.NF.3

Decomposing FractionshhUse the fraction bars, to decompose in 4different ways. Use different colors for thedifferent parts. Then write an equation torepresent each decomposed fraction.4.NF.3

Decomposing Mixed NumbersWhen decomposing mixed numbers, break up thewhole number into fractions equivalent to 1, andwhich have the same denominator as the fraction.2F I I F3L2c4S 4.NF.3

Answer KeyDecomposing Mixed NumbersWhen decomposing mixed numbers, break up thewhole number into fractions equivalent to 1, andwhich have the same denominator as the fraction.2F3L2c4SINiT INiTFNLcTTS 4.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Decomposing Fractions PromptHow many ways can you decompose five-eighths?5 ?8Use models, pictures, equations, and words in thespace provided below to prove your answer.4.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Decomposing Fractions QuizDecompose each of the following fractions in two different ways.68664257104.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Mixed Numbers to Improper FractionsWhen converting mixed numbers to improper fractions,first decompose the whole number and fraction. Then addup the parts to make an improper fraction.2H I I Hà 1 1à 4Directions: Convert each mixed number to an improper fraction.3A2D3Kà à à à à à 4 .N F. 3

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Mixed Numbers to Improper FractionsWhen converting mixed numbers to improper fractions,first decompose the whole number and fraction. Then addup the parts to make an improper fraction.2H I I Hà 1 1à 4 Directions: Convert each mixed number to an improper fraction.3A B B B A2D E E D3K N N N Kà à à 7à 28à 317à 54 .N F. 3

Name: Date: Score:Improper Fractions to Mixed NumbersWhen converting improper fractions to mixed numbers,first decompose the improper fraction, making as manyfractions equivalent to 1 as possible. Then use the parts tomake a mixed number.103à E E E C 3C à Directions: Convert each improper fraction to a mixed number.9à 41 1à 37à 2à à à 4 .N F. 3

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Improper Fractions to Mixed NumbersWhen converting improper fractions to mixed numbers,first decompose the improper fraction, making as manyfractions equivalent to 1 as possible. Then use the parts tomake a mixed number.103à E E E C 3C à Directions: Convert each improper fraction to a mixed number.9à 41 1à 37à 2IIF à EEEDBBBA à à 2F3D3A4 .N F. 3

Name: Date: Score:Adding FractionsFind the sum of each. Find simplest form if needed.CC FG dc PO PQ xsKK AA vu HF fb PM 4.NF.3

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Adding FractionsFind the sum of each. Find simplest form if needed.CC D PQ S xsFG H KK M HFdc f AA B fbPO Q vu y PM y IgR4.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Subtracting FractionsFind the difference of each. Find simplest form if needed.SQ xvKK gc LJ PO vu DC IG --------- -SP fb PM --4.NF.3

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Subtracting FractionsFind the difference of each. Find simplest form if needed.DC C SQ P xv0GIG KK SPgc e LJ K fbPO O vu s PM---- - - - - - t - - - NeN4.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Adding Mixed NumbersDirections: Find the sum of each.3C 2C 2d 1b2F 2F4u v 1K 2J3P 2O 4D 1C3P 2P 3f 3b3t 2u 4.NF.3

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Adding Mixed NumbersDirections: Find the sum of each.3e 3A3C 2C 5D2d 1b or 2F 2F 4G 4A1K 2J 3L5Q5A4y4u v3P 2O3f 3b 6g 6H4D 1C 5E 6 or or or or 3t 2u 5w 5A3P 2P 5R 5Aor or4.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Subtracting Mixed NumbersDirections: Find the difference of each.3D 2C- 2f 1b 3L 2J5S 2O4H 2F2y v-- 3f 1c5z 2u-- - -- 4D 1C3P 2P- - 4.NF.3

Answer KeyName: Date: Score:Subtracting Mixed NumbersDirections: Find the difference of each.1e 1A3D 2C 1C2f 1b- - 4H 2F 2G 2A3L 2J 1K3R3D2u2y v5S 2O3C2d3f 1c4D 1C13w3A5z 2u3P 2P----or - or - - - or 4.NF.3

Name: Date: Score:Word Problems:Adding & Subtracting FractionsUse visual fraction models and equations to solve each word problem.For the cake she is baking, Kaylaneeds of a cup of sugar. She onlyhas of a cup. How much moresugar does Kayla need to make hercake?Kristen is reading a mystery bookfor her next book report. OnSaturday she readsof the book,and on Sunday she readsof thebook. What fraction of the bookdid Kristen read over the weekend?Kevin and his friends order a pizzafor dinner. They eatof the pizzaand then go out to play football.Afterwards, they are still hungry andthey eat anotherof the pizza.How much of the pizza did Kevin andhis friends eat?Bobby is walkingof a mile to hisfriend Kyle’s house. If he stops at acandy

1. Equivalent Fractions Chart 2. Equivalent Fraction Bars (2 pages) 3. Equivalent Fractions: Denominators of 10 & 100 (2 pages) 4. Using Multiplication to Find Equivalent Fractions 5. Using Division to Find Equivalent Fractions 6. Simplest Form 7. True or False: Equivalent Fractions Journal Prompt 8. Find Equivalent Fractions Journal Prompt 9.

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