We found 14 reviewed resources for proper and improper fractions
How Do You Add Mixed Fractions with Different Denominators by Converting to Improper Fractions?Lesson Planet
6 mins 3rd - 8th
The first step in adding mixed numbers is to change them into improper fractions. Secondly, make sure the denominators are the same. If they are not the same, then find a common denominator. Make the proper conversions to the numerator...
Fractions: IntroLesson Planet
1st - 3rd CCSS: Designed
New ReviewThere's nothing improper in learning about fractions. Scholars apply an interactive to explore models for proper and improper fractions. They then answer a set of questions in a game that requires building models for given fractions and...
Fractions—Basic IdeasLesson Planet
3rd - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
What are fractions? Find out using a reference page and video that goes in depth on how to make fractions equivalent, write fractions in simplest form, convert improper fractions into mixed numbers, and vice versa. Following the detailed...
Equivalent Fractions: Number LineLesson Planet
3rd CCSS: Adaptable
Arrange improper fractions on a number line to determine the equivalency to whole numbers. The number line starts at -4 and ends at 4, while users must turn the improper fraction into a proper fraction in order to place it on the number...
Types of FractionsLesson Planet
7 mins 3rd - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Locate types of fractions on the number line. Using a number line, the video shows where the location is depending on fraction type. By thinking about fractions' locations, scholars compare the types and use that information to estimate...
Adding and Subtracting FractionsLesson Planet
4 mins 3rd - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Why can't mathematicians add just like they multiply fractions? The resource provides a counterexample to show that the same rules for multiplying fractions do not work for addition. Using the counterexample, learners see the proper way...
How Do You Add Mixed Fractions with the Same Denominator?Lesson Planet
5 mins 3rd - 6th
Mixed fractions? Oh, everyone's favorite! Not really. But these two have a common denominator so you can add the whole numbers together and then you can add the fraction parts together. Don't forget to simplify.
Three R's to Environmental Stewardship: Earth DayLesson Planet
3rd - 5th
Students explore the ways to conserve our natural resources. In this recycling, reusing, and reducing lesson students read Dinosaurs to the Rescue and apply their findings to learning ways to conserve resources. Students complete a...