Section A: Size and Location of Fractions
Lesson 1: Representations of Fractions (Part 1)
Warm-up: What Do You Know About \frac6Lato ?
1.1: Fraction Strips
1.2: Fractions, Represented
Lesson 2: Representations of Fractions (Part 2)
Warm-up: Which One Doesn’t Belong: All Cut Up
2.1: A Diagram for Each Fraction
2.2: Diagrams for Some Other Fractions
Lesson 3: Same Denominator or Numerator
Warm-up: Number Talk: Hundreds More
3.1: Fractions with the Same Denominator
3.2: Fractions with the Same Numerator
Lesson 4: Same Size, Related Sizes
Warm-up: Notice and Wonder: A Fraction Strip and a Number Line
4.1: Same Size, Different Numbers
4.2: Fractions on Number Lines
Lesson 5: Fractions on Number Lines
Warm-up: Number Talk: A Number Times Twelve
5.1: All Lined Up
5.2: How Far to Run?
Lesson 6: Relate Fractions to Benchmarks
Warm-up: Notice and Wonder: A Point on a Number Line
6.1: Greater Than or Less Than 1?
6.2: Card Sort: Where Do They Belong?
6.3: Greater Than or Less Than \frac26Lato ?
Section A Summary
Section A Practice Problems
Section B: Equivalent Fractions
Lesson 7: Equivalent Fractions
Warm-up: True or False: Equivalence
7.1: Two or More Fractions
7.2: Equivalent for Sure?
Lesson 8: Equivalent Fractions on the Number Line
Warm-up: Estimation Exploration: A Shaded Portion
8.1: Handy Number Lines
8.2: Can It Be Done?
Lesson 9: Explain Equivalence
Warm-up: Number Talk: Familiar Numbers
9.1: Pointed Discussion
9.2: How Do You Know?
Lesson 10: Use Multiples to Find Equivalent Fractions
Warm-up: Notice and Wonder: Four Equations
10.1: Elena’s Way
10.2: Equivalence Hunting
Lesson 11: Use Factors to Find Equivalent Fractions
Warm-up: Which One Doesn’t Belong: Four Representations
11.1: The Other Way Around
11.2: How Would You Find Them?
11.3: Card Sort: Fractions Galore
Section B Summary
Section B Practice Problems
Section C: Fraction Comparison
Lesson 12: Ways to Compare Fractions
Warm-up: Estimation Exploration: What’s That Point?
12.1: The Greatest of Them All
12.2: Relative to \frac57Lato and 1
Lesson 13: Use Equivalent Fractions to Compare
Warm-up: Notice and Wonder: Pairs of Numbers
13.1: Pairs to Compare
13.2: New Pairs to Compare
Lesson 14: Fraction Comparison Problems
Warm-up: Number Talk: Multiples of Ten
14.1: Mystery Fractions
14.2: Distances on Foot
Lesson 15: Common Denominators to Compare
Warm-up: What Do You Know about 15 and 30?
15.1: Tricky Fractions?
15.2: Use a Common Denominator, or Not
Lesson 16: Compare and Order Fractions
Warm-up: Number Talk: Multiples of 6 and 12
16.1: Compare Fractions Game
16.2: Fractions in Order
Section C Summary
Lesson 17: Paper Clip Games
Warm-up: Notice and Wonder: Lots of Paper Clips
17.1: Paper Clip Tossing Game
17.2: A New Game with New Rules
17.3: Field Test
Section C Practice Problems