# Fractions_+Fractions_+Fractions by fjzhangxiaoquan

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```									CATHY JONES
Secondary Math Instruction Specialist
Center for Mathematics and Science Education
Arkansas NASA Education Resource Center
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Name: ________________________________________________________________
Part I:                              Part II:
Write five fractions and statements
depicting them.

1. ___________________________

2. ___________________________

1. ________________________________   3. ___________________________

2. ________________________________

3. ________________________________   4. ___________________________

4. ________________________________

5. ________________________________   5. ___________________________
Strand: Number & Operations Standard 1: Number Sense

DIRECTIONS: As manipulatives, use the small sticky notes on the
desks. Write each letter of the given word on a note and move them
around, as needed. Use your fraction skills and the clues to figure
out the words.
• Add the last 3/4 of “know”.

• Add the first 2/3 of “fly”.
• Add the last 4/8 of “cupcakes”.
Strand: Number & Operations Standard 1: Number Sense

• Add the last 1/2 of “market”.

• Add the first 2/14 of “balance”.
• Add the last 6/8 of “fall”.
Strand: Number & Operations Standard 1: Number Sense

• Add the first 4/24 of “anyone”.

• Add the first 1/3 of “velvet”.
• Add the first 5/15 or the last 7/21 of “sis”.
Use sticky notes to write the words with each letter on a separate note.
Pick them up, move them around and make the new word. Write it down.
When you have finished all seven words combine them into a message at
Clues
the bottom. Then go find the last 1/5
1. The last 2/5 of “Earth” + your prize. of “space”.
1._________________
2. The first 2/7 of “missile” + the first ¼ of “lift” + the first 1/7
of “Kennedy” + the last 1/7 of “Kennedy”.
2._________________

3. The first ¼ of “work” + the last 2/3 of “ray”.           3._________________
4. The third seventh of “science” + the first 1/3 of “sun”.
4._________________
5. The fourth and fifth sevenths of “landing” + the
first 3/7 of “recover” + the fifth and sixth sevenths
of “shuttle” + the last 1/7 of “galaxy”.
5._________________
6. The first ¾ of “belt” + the second ¼ of “moon”
+ the first 1/5 of “wings”.                              6._________________
7. The first 2/5 of “thrust” + the second 1/6 of “meteor”.
7._________________

8. The first 5/9 of “Earthling”.                             8._________________
Introducing…
With the 4 colors of paper fold on the lines,
cut, and punch holes, as shown below.

Punch
holes on
sides

Punch
holes on
bottom
Punch holes on
top & bottom
quarts
quart

Whole

1/4

1/8

1/16
The matching colors of his
limbs add up to his body,
which represents 1 whole.
What fractional part does
each color represent?

ORANGE ?   YELLOW ? BROWN ?
Capacity
(gallon, quart, pint, cup)

=         =           =

1 gallon   =   4 quarts   =    8 pints      =   16
The matching colors of
Nollag’s limbs add up to his
body, which represents a
gallon.
What quantity does each
color represent?

ORANGE ? YELLOW ? BROWN ?
Spring Blossom Tree Trace your arm and use colored pop corn to make this
neat tree full of blossoms.
Materials Needed:

Large Piece of Paper
Crayons
Glue
Powdered Tempera Paint
Plastic Sandwich Bag
Popcorn
Instructions:
On the large piece of paper, trace your hand and forearm all the way up to your
the tree trunk and your fingers will be the branches! Color it in with brown crayons
(you can also use paint or markers).
Place a couple or teaspoons of red, pink, or yellow powdered tempera paint into a
plastic sndwich bags. Put a couple of handfulls of popped popcorn into the bags and
shake it so the popcorn is colored. This will be colorful blossoms for the tree.
Read the following Springtime story and glue the “blossoms” as directed.
Glue the colored popcorn onto the tree branches to make the blossoms.
The blossoms and leaves have just begun to sprout on the
spring trees. But the spring wind often blows the new blossoms
and leaves to the ground.
This tree has more blossoms on the tree than on the ground. If
6 are on the tree and 3 on the ground what fraction are on the
tree? _________________
What fractional part are on the ground? _______________
Glue the correct number of blossoms where they belong.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
There are lots of little green leaves. One-fourth of them are on
the ground.
What fraction of the leaves are on the tree? ____________
If there are 12 leaves all together, how many are on the
ground_______________?
How many are on the tree? ______________
Glue the correct number of leaves where they belong.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Butterflies love the new little blossoms. There are three
butterflies flying by the tree. Two-thirds of them land on the
tree. How many are on the tree? ____________
The remaining land on the ground. What fractional part of the
butterflies are not on the tree? _____________
Glue the correct number of butterflies where they belong.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Find the fractional value of the
Pattern Blocks
Draw and color each of the
items listed below on triangle
paper and record the values.

1. A hexagon has a value of 1.
2. What is the value of a green triangle?
3. What is the value of a blue rhombus?
4. What is the value of a trapezoid?
5. Build a design using one of each: yellow, blue, red, and
green blocks. Find the value of your design.
6.Build a design using five or more yellow, blue, red, or green
blocks in any combination. Find the value of your design.
Can you solve these Pattern Block
fraction puzzles?
Working with a partner, use Pattern
Blocks to solve each of these fraction
puzzles.
Puzzle 1: Build a triangle that is one-
fourth green and three-fourths red.
Puzzle 2: Build a hexagon that is one-half
red, one-sixth green and one-third blue.
Puzzle 3: Build a parallelogram that is three-fourth red and one-
fourth green.
Puzzle 4: Build a parallelogram that is one-half blue and one-half
green.
Using triangle grid paper, record, color, and number
The Super Source Pattern Blocks Grades 5-6
Can you solve these Pattern Block
fraction puzzles?
Working with a partner, use Pattern
Blocks to solve each of these fraction
puzzles.
Puzzle 1: Build a triangle that is one-
third green and two-thirds red.
Puzzle 2: Build a triangle that is two-thirds
red, one-ninth green and two-ninths blue.
Puzzle 3: Build a parallelogram that is three-fourths blue and one-
fourth green.
Puzzle 4: Build a parallelogram that is two-thirds blue and one-
third green.
Using triangle grid paper, record, color, and number