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Equivalent Fractions
Students use bars, number line, and real-world contexts to determine if two fractions are equivalent and to build equivalent fractions.
Students determine how many objects in a set are equal to 1⁄2, 1⁄3, or 1⁄4 of the set.
Modeling Equivalence in Context
The Meaning of Equivalence
Introduction to Equivalent Fractions
Model an Equivalent Fraction
Cutting Pieces to Build Equivalents
Gluing Pieces to Build Equivalents
Finding Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Modeling the Algorithm for Relating Equivalents
Finding Equivalent Fractions
Equivalence on the Number Line
Identifying Equivalent Fractions
Building Equivalents
One Half of Shapes and Sets
One Fourth of Shapes and Sets
One Third of Shapes and Sets
Equivalent Fractions in Partitioning Sets.