Fractions

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Vocabulary

Show one-half.

25 to the nearest 10

What is 30?

If Team 1 scored 33 points and Team 2 scored 65 points. How many more points did Team 2 score than Team 1?

Team 2 scored 32 points more than Team 1.

If today is May 26, 2013, what was the date two weeks ago?

The date was Sunday, May 12, 2013. It was Mother's day!

part of a whole

What is a fraction?

Show one-fourth.

14 to the nearest 10

What is 10?

If today is Thursday, May 16, 2013, how many weeks until our field trip?

Our field trip is two weeks away!

to find an approximate answer by rounding

What is estimation?

Compare one-eighth and one-third.

One-eighth is less than (<) one-third.

Megan bought 28 bananas from the grocery store. She and
her sister ate 11 of the bananas. About how many bananas
did they have left?

There were about 20 bananas left.

What day of the week was May 11, 2013?

May 11, 2013, was a Saturday! It was Miss Jaffee's birthday!

three equal parts of a whole

What is thirds?

Compare one-half and one-fourth.

One-half is greater than (>) than one-fourth.

If Team 1 scored 33 points and Team 2 scored 65 points. About how many more points did Team 2 score than Team 1?

Team 2 scored about 40 more points than Team 1.

What is the date four days after Thursday, May 16, 2013?

The date will be Monday, May 20, 2013. Our test is that day!

tells how many equal parts of the whole are being shaded or described

What is the numerator?

Mrs. Yeatts has 12 jump ropes. She shares them equally with the blue team, green team, yellow team, and red team. What fraction of the jump ropes does each team get?

Each team will get one-fourth of the jump ropes.

Fill in the blank to our rhyme:
__ and below keep it down low,
___ and above give it a shove.

4 and below keep it down low,
5 and above give it shove.

Our Magnets and Science Skills IA Test is on the fourth Friday in May. What is the date of our test?

The date of our test is Friday, May 24, 2013.

tells how many total equal parts are in a whole

What is the denominator?