*3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(C) | Recognize a Unit Fraction*

Natalie folded 1 whole fraction strip as pictured:

What unit fraction is each part equal to?

*3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(C) | Recognize a Unit Fraction*

Natalie folded 1 whole fraction strip as pictured:

What unit fraction is each part equal to?

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(A) | Recognize a Non-Unit Fraction*

What fraction of the strip is shaded?

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(X) | Understand Numerators and Denominators*

What denominator is modeled in this fraction strip?

What numerator is modeled in this fraction strip?

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(A) | Model Non-Unit Fractions*

Model a fraction strip that represents 3/5.

(Partition it into the correct number of piecesand shade the correct # of pieces.)

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(D) | Compose and Decompose Non-Unit Fractions*

Miguel mowed 1/4 of his lawn on Monday.

He mowed another 1/4 on Wednesday

and another 1/4 on Friday.

Model the fraction of the lawn he mowed altogether.

(Partition and Select.)

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(E) | Equal shares of identical wholes need not have the same shape*

Miguel colors a fraction of identical grids blue and green.

Compare the fraction of the grids he colored.

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.5(E) | *Partitioning an object or set of objects among two or more recipients

Lonny and and his 2 friends win 6

pieces of candy and share them equally.

What fraction of the candy do each of them get?

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(C) | Recognize Unit Fractions on a Number Line*

The number line represents a race

What fraction of the race does each unit on the number line represent?

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(A) | Recognize Non-Unit Fractions on a Number Line *

The arrow shows where Elena is in a different race.

What fraction of the race has she completed?

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(X) | Represent Non-Unit Fractions on a Number Line *

Miguel has completed 5/6 of the race.

Partition the number line and mark where he is in the race.

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(C) | Recognizing an Equivalent Fraction *

Jerry and Frank have identical licorice ropes.

Jerry eats 1/3 of his as shown below:

Partition the bottom number line

AND select an equivalent fraction.

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(A) | Creating an Equivalent Fraction*

Jerry paints 1/4 of a fence.

Write an equivalent fraction Frank could paint:

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(X) | Explain by using a visual fraction model.*

Explain why your answer is equivalent

by modeling it on the bottom fraction strip.

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(A) | Whole Number Fraction Equivalency*

Jerry has 3 sandwiches.

He cuts each of them into 1/4 pieces.

Write how many sandwich pieces Jerry has as a fraction.

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(C) | Compare 2 fractions having the same denominator and numerator.*

Compare the following fractions:

(use your toolkit to model them)

* 3.NF.A.1 -
3.3(A) | Compare 2 fractions to solve a problem..*

Juan and Karla have identical sandwiches.

Juan partitions his into 6 pieces.

Karla partitions hers into 8 pieces.

They both eat 5 pieces.

Compare how much Juan and Karla ate:

Use your toolkit to model it