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Practice identifying thirds, fifths, sixths and sevenths. In this activity, students divide a paper into parts and determine what each part is called

A. Identify shapes that are partitioned into equal parts

B. Identify and label halves, fourths, and eighths

D. Determine the number of equal parts needed to partition a shape into a given denominator

E. Identify the shaded portion of a shape as a unit fraction

F. Sort shapes based on the unit fraction shaded

G. Identify the shaded portion of a shape

H. Identify shapes that have a given portion shaded

I. Partition and shade a shape to represent a given portion

J. Solve word problems involving equal parts of a whole

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