111.22. Mathematics, Grade 6.
(1) Within a well-balanced mathematics
curriculum, the primary focal points at Grade 6 are
using ratios to describe direct proportional
relationships involving number, geometry,
measurement, probability, and adding and
subtracting decimals and fractions.
The student will be able to generate equivalent
forms of rational numbers including whole
numbers, fractions, and decimals.
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to learn about! What is a fraction?
All fractions have three parts
Numerator (the top number)
Denominator (the bottom number)
To add fractions, the denominators must
Steps to Add Fractions w/ Like Denominators
▪ 1. Add the numerators of the fractions.
▪ The sum of the numerators will be the numerator of your answer
▪ 2. The denominator stays the same
Reduce the answer.
Fractions have three parts.
3 simple steps to subtracting fractions:
Step 1: Make sure the denominator (bottom number) are
Step 2: Subtract the numerators (top numbers).
This answer will be the numerator in your final answer.
Step 3: Put your answer over the same denominator.
Step 4: Reduce your answer.
Video: How to add and subtract fractions
with like denominators. Click Movie
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Fraction Balls 1 – Match fractions to the correct picture representation of the fraction.
Fraction Soccer – Answer addition or subtraction problems correctly to score points or prevent
your opponent (the computer) from scoring against you!
Quiz – Don’t forget, this needs to be printed out and turned in or you will not get credit for completing the