Fraction Standards 4th-Grade: Sample Questions

Addition & Subtraction

4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Solve Addition with Equal Denominators

 

Fraction Strip_Eighths

Solve

Use your toolkit to model as needed

4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Model Addition with Equal Denominators

 

Fraction Model

Equation Inputs

Write an equation described by the model

4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Solve Subtraction with Equal Denominators

 

Fraction Model

Solve

Use your toolkit to model as needed

4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Model Subtraction with Equal Denominators

 

Subtraction Model

Equation Input: Subtraction

Write an equation that matches the model.

Benchmark & Decompose

4.NF.B.3X - 4.3F | Evaluate the reasonableness of sums and differences of fractions using benchmark fractions

 

Benchmark Compare Addition_A

Benchmark Compare: Addition

Use your toolkit to model as needed

4.NF.B.3B - 4.3B | Decompose a fraction in more than one way into a sum of fractions

 

Decompose 5/8 into unit fractions

Fraction

Menu Bar: Decompose

Decompose Insructions

What fraction of the race has she completed?  

4.NF.B.3B - 4.3B | Model decomposing a fraction in more than one way into a sum of fractions

 

Decompose Different

Write 2 DIFFERENT equations that equal 5/12

Model both in your toolkit as needed

Addition & Subtraction—Problem Solving

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Problem Solving with Fraction Addition

 

Jeni ate 6 tacos.

Kade ate 2 tacos and Kami ate 2 tacos.

Input_Fraction

What fraction of ALL the tacos

did Kade and Kami eat?

Use your toolkit to model all the tacos.

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Problem Solving with Fraction Subtraction

 

Felicity and Barry cleaned 10/12 of the windows.

Felicity cleaned 6 of the 12 windows

Input_Fraction

What fraction did barry clean?

Use your toolkit to model it.


4.NF.B.3X - 4.3F | Problem Solving with Benchmark Fractions

 

Peter ate half a pizza.

Wendy ate 4/12 of a pizza for breakfast

and 3/12 for lunch.

Peter GEL ComparisonWendy

Who ate more pizza?

4.NF.B.3B - 4.3B | Problem Solving with Decomposing Fractions

 

Bonnie had a box of 12 chocolates. 11 are left.

Bonnie wants to give some to Clyde.

Decompose_Different: Problelm Solving

Write two DIFFERENT ways Bonnie and Clyde

could split the fraction of remaining chocolates.

Model both in your toolkit as needed

 

Mixed Addition & Subtraction

4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Solve Addition with Mixed Fractions

 

Add Mixed

Solve

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4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Solve Addition with Mixed Fractions

Model and Equation Input: Addition--Mixed

Write an equation described by the model

4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Solve Subtraction with Mixed Fractions

 

Subtraction--Mixed

Solve

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4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Model Subtraction with Mixed Fractions

 

Under Construction

Model and Equation: Subtraction Mixed

Write an equation described by the model

Mixed Addition & Subtraction—Problem Solving

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Addition Problem Solving with Mixed Fractions

 

Mrs. Owen split 3 candy bars among 5 students.

Each student ate 1/2 of a candy bar.

Model: Problem Solving

Input Fraction: Mixed

What fraction of candy bar did the students eat total?

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Addition Problem Solving with Mixed Fractions

 

Yasmine ate 3 1/4 hot dogs. Carlos ate 1 3/4.

Input Fraction: Mixed

How many hot dogs did they eat combined?

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Subtraction Problem Solving with Mixed Fractions

 

Rosie ran 2 3/12 miles and Eduardo ran 1 1/12

Input Fraction: Mixed

How much farther did Rosie run than Eduardo?