Curriculum>Grade 4> Module 3>Topic A: Decomposition and Fraction Equivalence

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Practice the idea that repeated addition can be written as multiplication. Numbers used are whole numbers less than 10

A. Label a shaded figure using fraction notation and shade a given fraction of a figure

B. Label a shaded figure using fraction notation and shade a given fraction of a figure (fractions greater than 1)

C. Label a missing fraction on a labeled number line

D. Place a fraction on a number line

E. Identify numerator and denominator in a fraction

F. Identify fractions with a given numerator or denominator

G. Model a fraction as the sum of its parts and record this as an equation

H. Model a fraction as the sum of its parts and record this as an equation (fractions greater than one)

I. Record a fraction as the sum of its parts

K. Record repeated addition of fractions as multiplication

L. Record repeated addition of fractions as multiplication (fractions greater than 1)

M. Identify the multiplication expression that matches a given fraction

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