Curriculum>Grade 3> Module 5>Topic B: Unit Fractions and their Relation to the Whole

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Practice shading a set of figures to match a given improper fraction. In this activity, students will decide how many equal parts each figure needs to make the given fraction

A. Identify unit fractions written in standard form

B. Label part of a figure with a unit fraction written in standard form

C. Identify the part of a figure that is shaded with a unit fraction

D. Identify figures that have a given unit fraction shaded

E. Write a unit fraction to identify the shaded part of a figure

F. Identify the shaded part of a figure

G. Label the shaded part of a figure with a fraction written in standard form

H. Shade parts of a figure to represent a given fraction

I. Identify figures that have a given fraction shaded and fractions that represent the shaded part of a figure

J. Write a fraction to identify the shaded part of a figure (Level 1)

K. Label the shaded part of a figure with a fraction written in standard form and word form

L. Write a fraction to identify the shaded part of a figure (Level 2)

M. Label shaded and unshaded parts of a figure (Level 1)

N. Label shaded and unshaded parts of a figure (Level 2)

O. Solve word problems involving complementary fractions

P. Determine the number of fractional parts in a whole

Q. Solve problems involving multiple wholes and improper fractions

R. Identify a set of figures whose shading represents an improper fraction

S. Label a set of figures whose shading represents an improper fraction

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