3: Adding and Subtracting Fraction
Angela Kanerva, MA
Pinckney Community Schools, Pinckney MI.
Find a recipe that has fractions in it. Write down
the recipe then write down the recipe doubled or tripled.
all of your math work: ¼ + ¼ = 2/4.
Measure 10 items
around your house to the nearest ½ inch or ¼ inch.
pictures on the front
of things in fractions. Clip them on a clothesline in order from least
to greatest. They should all have the same denominator.
Include the zero and 1 on your clothesline. (See sample in classroom)
A Layer: 20 pts.
Michigan is made of two parts. What are they? Write a fraction of how much of Michigan’s population lives in each section. Which part of Michigan do you think it is better to live in and why?
= required Total /100 points