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Illustrating Equivalent Fractions Using Fraction Model (with denominators 8, 10, 12, 100) 4th Grade Math Worksheets

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Definition

Equivalent fractions can be illustrated using fraction models so the fractions may be visualized in a manner that it can be understood easily.

Summary

  • Equivalent fractions are fractions that have different numerator and denominator but represents the same value.
  • Fraction models are visual representation of fractions.

MAKING FRACTION MODELS

  • A visual fraction model makes it easier for students to understand the concept of fraction. Below are steps on how to make a visual model of a fraction.It has 4 corners

STEP 1: Pick a shape, any shape, that you would like to use as a model.
STEP 2: Divide the shape as much parts as the denominator says.
STEP 3: Shade the number of parts indicated by the numerator.

This applies for proper fractions, but we still have two other kinds of fractions namely improper and mixed fractions.

MAKING FRACTION MODELS

  • While a mixed fraction is the combination of a whole number and a proper fraction, improper fraction is a fraction whose numerator is greater in value than the denominator. Below is a guide on how to put them to fraction models.2 sides are long and 2 sides are shorter

A. MAKING FRACTION MODELS OF MIXED FRACTION

STEP 1: Add one to the whole number part of the fraction and that says the number of models you should prepare.
STEP 2: Fully shade the number of models indicated by the whole number part of the mixed number.
STEP 3: For the remaining one figure, follow the steps previously discussed for proper fractions.

B. MAKING FRACTION MODELS OF IMPROPER FRACTION

STEP 1: Estimate how many models to draw and divide it equally to parts indicated by the denominator.
STEP 2: Shade portions with such number indicated by the numerator.

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