Decomposing (Fraction) Digits
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Evenly Equal
Moreland's Magic 8 Ball
Very Very Vocabulary
100

Decompose the fraction 2/4.

It may be decomposed as an addition sentence, multiplication sentence or number bond.

100

10/8 = 10 x 1/8

True!

100

2/6 = 4/12

True!

100

Your teacher or guest teacher has given you permission to leave the classroom. What is your next thing that you are responsible to do?

Teacher will respond with input!

100

Define: fraction.

Teacher will review! Examples could be, but not limited to:

a numerical quantity that is not a whole number (e.g. 1/2, 0.5) OR tiny part, amount, or proportion of something.
200

Decompose the fraction 2/3.

It may be decomposed as an addition sentence, multiplication sentence or number bond.

200

5/6 = 5 x 1/6

True!

200

2/3 = 4/6

True!

200

True or False.

During breakfast or lunch, it is okay to talk when my mask is off.

200

Define: denominator

The number that is represented on the BOTTOM of the fraction. It represents how many pieces make one whole!

300

Decompose the fraction 9/10.

It may be decomposed as an addition sentence, multiplication sentence or number bond.

300

Fill in the question mark. Pretend where the ? is would be a blank space. Be ready to explain.

?/9 = 4 x 1/9

4/9 = 4 x 1/9

300

5/10 = 7/10

False!

300

True or False.

My mask should be properly worn over my nose and mouth and I should get hand sanitizer when I enter a room.

True!

300

Define: numerator

The number that is represented on the TOP of the fraction. It represents how many pieces OF the whole!

400

Decompose the fraction 5/8.

It may be decomposed as an addition sentence, multiplication sentence or number bond.

400

Fill in the question mark. Pretend where the ? is would be a blank space. Be ready to explain.

4/6= 4 x ?/6

4/6= 4 x 1/6

400

0/3 = 3/3

False!

400

Name the 5 Westview Wildcat traits!

INTEGRITY, SELF DISCIPLINE, COURAGE, ACCOUNTABILITY, and EMPATHY.

400

Define: improper fraction

A fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator. (Example: 6/5)

500

Decompose the fraction 6/5.

It may be decomposed as an addition sentence, multiplication sentence or number bond.

500

Fill in the question mark. Pretend where the ? is would be a blank space. Be ready to explain.

7/12= ? x ?/?

7/12 = 7 x 1/12

500

4/5 = 8/10

True!

500

In the event that you had a guest teacher, what would be some expectations? Name 3 to receive all points!

Teacher will review!

500

Define: proper fraction

A fraction in which the numerator is smaller than the denominator. (Example: 5/6)

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