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In this lesson you will learn how to add unit fractions to make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together. Whole Numbers. 1,2,3,4,5….

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In this lesson you will learn how to add unit fractions to make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together


Whole Numbers make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together

1,2,3,4,5…


Fractions make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together: Equal parts of wholes


Fractions make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together: Equal parts of wholes


Fractions make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together: Equal parts of wholes


Fractions make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together: Equal parts of wholes


Writing Fractions make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together


Unit Fraction: make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts togetherJust ONE part of a whole that has been

broken into equal parts


Unit Fraction: make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts togetherJust ONE part of a whole that has been

broken into equal parts


Unit Fraction: make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts togetherA fraction with the numerator of 1


Unit Fraction: make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts togetherA fraction with the numerator of 1


When the make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts togethernumerator and the denominator are the same

the fraction equals 1


All of these fractions are make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts togetherequal to 1 because

their numerators and denominators are the same.

We are thinking aboutALL of the parts in the whole


Maria had a tray of muffins. She ate 6 muffins. make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together

What fraction of the tray of muffins did Maria eat?


Maria had a tray of muffins. She ate 6 muffins. make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together

What fraction of the tray of muffins did Maria eat?


Maria had a tray of muffins. She ate 6 muffins. make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together

What fraction of the tray of muffins did Maria eat?


Now you know how to add unit fractions to make one whole by looking at different examples of wholes broken into equal parts and determining the name of each equal part, or unit fraction, and joining those parts together


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