Mouse mischief fractions

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Mouse mischief fractions

  1. 1. READ THIS SLIDE FIRST(This is a hidden slide and will not appear in the slide show)<br />This presentation requires Microsoft Mouse Mischief. <br />Mouse Mischief lets students use computer mice to answer questions and participate in activities teachers create in PowerPoint presentations.<br />To learn more, visit www.microsoft.com/mousemischief<br />Get Microsoft Mouse Mischief<br />1<br />Download and Install <br />Download and install the Mouse Mischief add-in. Copy and pastewww.microsoft.com/mousemischiefinto your browser window to visit the site.<br />2<br />Restart PowerPoint<br />After installation is complete, restart PowerPoint. <br />3<br />Create<br />Use the Mouse Mischief features on the Multiple-Mouse tab.<br />4<br />Play Slide Show<br />To play a multiple-mouse slide show (such as this file), click the Play Slide Show button. <br />The Microsoft® Mouse Mischief™ add-in works with Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 or Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007.<br />
  2. 2. Fractions<br />1/2<br />1/8<br />1/3<br />6/8<br />3/4<br />
  3. 3. A fraction is a part of a whole<br />These shapes are whole:<br />These shapes are divided into 2 equal parts:<br />Each part is ½ of the whole. The number ½ is a fraction.<br />
  4. 4. A fraction is part of a whole<br />These shapes are divided into 3 equal parts:<br />Each part is 1/3 of the whole. The number 1/3 is a fraction.<br />These shapes are divided into 4 equal parts:<br />Each part is 1/4 of the whole. The number 1/4 is a fraction.<br />
  5. 5. Which statement is true?<br />Which of the following statements describes the circles correctly? <br />3/5 of the circles are green<br />2/5 of the circles are blue<br />1/5 of the circles are green<br />
  6. 6. 2/3<br />1/6<br />1/3<br />How many of the circles are blue?<br />
  7. 7. How many of the triangles are blue?<br />2/5<br />3/5<br />1/2<br />
  8. 8. Color the shapes to match each fraction. <br />3/5 of these circles are red<br />1/4 of the squares are orange<br />1/8 of the triangles are blue<br />5/6 of the circles are red<br />1/4 of the rectangles are green<br />1/5 of the triangles are purple<br />
  9. 9. Use circles to show the fraction 4/5.<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />5<br />6<br />4<br />
  10. 10. How many of the squares on the board are covered by a red circle?<br />6/42<br />1/8<br />6/56<br />
  11. 11. Color the shapes to match the descriptions. <br />3/5 of the circles are red<br />3/4 of the squares are orange<br />2/5 of the circles are blue<br />1/4 of the squares are black<br />1/10 of the triangles are green<br />1/8 of the triangles are green<br />2/10 of the triangles are red<br />7/8 of the triangles are red<br />1/4 of the rectangles are purple<br />0/6 of the circles are black<br />3/4 of the rectangles are blue<br />6/6 of the circles are blue<br />

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