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Study these pictures. Lesson 2 – Adding Fraction Pictures. On your scratch paper write a fraction for the first picture. Write a plus sign and write a fraction for the second picture. 3 + 3 4 4. Check your work. +. 3 3 . 4 4 .

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### Lesson 2 – Adding Fraction Pictures

On your scratch paper write a fraction for the first picture. Write a plus sign and write a fraction for the second picture.

3 + 3

4 4

+

3 3 .

4 4

Now add the fractions for both pictures and write an equal sign. Write the total number of fourths you get when you add both pictures together.

Yes! If you add 3 and 3 you get 6 .

4 4 4

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+

Here is a picture of what you get if you add 3 and 3 .

4 4

You get 6 .

4

Here’s a new problem. sign. Write the total number of fourths you get when you add both pictures together.

+

On your scratch paper write a fraction for the first picture. Write a plus sign and write a fraction for the second picture.

+

You get 1 5 .

3 3

+

Now add the fractions for both pictures and write an equal sign. Write the total number of thirds you get when you add both pictures together.

+

Yes! If you add 1 and 5 you get 6 .

3 3 3

=

Here’s a picture of what you get if you add 1 and 5 .

3 3

You get 6 .

3

Let’s try another problem. sign. Write the total number of thirds you get when you add both pictures together.

+

On your scratch paper write a fraction for the first picture. Write a plus sign and write a fraction for the second picture.

+

The fractions are 3 and 4 .

2 2

Now add the fractions for both pictures and write an equal sign. Write the total number of halves you get when you add both pictures together.

Yes! If you add 3 and 4 you get 7 .

2 2 2

+

=

Here’s a picture of what you get if you add 3 and 4 .

2 2

You get 7 .

2

One Last Problem. sign. Write the total number of halves you get when you add both pictures together.

Study these pictures.

On your scratch paper write a fraction for the first picture. Write a plus sign and write a fraction for the second picture.

+

The fractions are 2 and 3 .

6 6

Now add the fractions for both pictures and write an equal sign. Write the total number of sixths you get when you add both pictures together.

Yes! If you add 2 and 3 you get 5 .

6 6 6

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=

Here’s a picture of what you get if you add 2 and 3 .

6 6

You get 5 .

6

+ sign. Write the total number of sixths you get when you add both pictures together.

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On your scratch paper write the fraction for each picture. Write the fraction for the total. (Remember to use the + and = signs.)

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