# Fun with Fractions!

## Fractions Review

### Fraction Review!

Use your previous knowledge and what was reviewed to match the following words with their definitions or correct fractions.
• The numerator shows how many _______
Parts
• The denominator in a fraction shows the _______
Whole
• The proper term for splitting a shape into equal parts is ____
Partition
• 1/2
Halves
• 1/3
Thirds
• 1/4
Fourths
• 1/6
Sixths
• 1/8
Eighths

## Number Line Review

### Number Line Review

Now we are going to briefly review how to label a simple number line.  Below you will see a number line.  Your next task is to drag the numbers to the correct spaces to label the number line from 0 to 10 in increasing order. The ends of 0 and 10 have already been labeled for you.

• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
• 5
• 6
• 7
• 8
• 9

## Labeling Fractions on a Number Line

### How Can I Make Sure My Fractions are Evenly Spaced Out?

We can use fraction tiles! As you can see below, the tiles above the number line really help to space out those fractions evenly!  See if you can match up each fraction to its correct spot on the correct number line. I have already put the tiles on for you.

• 1/2
• 1/3
• 2/3
• 1/5
• 2/5
• 3/5
• 4/5
• 1/8
• 2/8
• 3/8
• 4/8
• 5/8
• 6/8
• 7/8

### Review Labeling the Number Line

Wendy is getting ready to bake a cake for her school bake sale.  She has a lot of measuring cups all mixed up in her cupboard! Help her find the right order for all of her thirds, fifths, eighths, and tenths.

For each number line you are going to click on the spot where the correct answer would be.  The first two have fraction bars on top to help you, the second two do not.

#1- Find where 2/3 would be on the number line.

#2 - Find where 2/5 and 4/5 would be on the number line.

#3 - Find where 4/8 would be on the number line.

#4 - Find where 1/10, 2/10, 6/10, and 9/10 would be on the number line.

### Checkpoint #1

• All fractions are greater than 1. True or False?
• It doesn’t matter where I put my fractions on a number line as long as they are in between 0 and 1. True or False?

### Checkpoint #1

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Choose the correctly labeled number line

### Checkpoint #1

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Choose the correctly labeled number line.

### Checkpoint #1

Place all of the 6ths in order along the number line

• 1/6
• 2/6
• 3/6
• 4/6
• 5/6

## Comparing Fractions

5 is 3

6 is 6

10 is 2

7 is 8

2/3  4/6

7/8  2/8

5/10  3/5

1/4  4/5

### Checkpoint #2

• You can compare fractions with different denominators. True or False?
• 3/4 is less than 1/2. True or False?

### Checkpoint #2

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• D

1.Which is correct?

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• D

### Checkpoint #2

Click on all of the fractions greater than 3/5 on the number line.

## Equivalent Fractions

### Review Equivalent Fractions

Wendy and Sophie are ready to bake that cake!  They’ve just ran into one little problem.  Through all the rushing, Wendy lost some of her measuring cups.  Can you help her find which other measuring cups she could use that would be about the same as her missing ones?  Click on the correct equivalent fraction in each pair.

### Checkpoint #3

• There are not any fractions equivalent to ½. True or False?
• The numerators and denominators must both be equal in order for a fraction to be equivalent. True or False?

### Checkpoint #3

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1.Which are equivalent?

### Checkpoint #3

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Which are equivalent?

### Checkpoint #3

Use the number line below to match the equivalent fractions.
• 0/6
0/12
• 1/6
2/12
• 2/6
4/12
• 3/6
6/12
• 4/6
8/12
• 5/6
10/12
• 6/6
12/12

## Final Assessment

### Final Assessment

Welcome to your final test!  Below are a series of questions that relate to one another as you move through.  Read through them very carefully and take your time!  Grab a scrap piece of paper, and use number lines in any way you need to!  You cannot move onto a next question until you have answered the previous one correctly.

Your scenario is all about Sophie.  She is trying to bake cookies for a bake sale, but is having many complications with her measuring cups and the recipe.  It is your job to help her make her cookies correctly in time for the sale! Good luck!