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Grade 3 - Number

Standard 3.N.4 - Look at the picture and express it as a mixed number.

Included Skills:

Demonstrate understanding of fractions concretely, pictorially, physically, and orally including:

• representing

• observing and describing situations

• comparing

• relating to quantity.

• Identify and observe situations relevant to self, family, or community in which fractional quantities would be measured or used and explain what the fraction quantifies.

• Explore First Nations and Métis methods of observing and representing fractional quantities (e.g., consider the concept of sharing from a First Nations or Métis holistic worldview).

• Explain the relationship of a representation of a fraction to both a quantity of zero and a quantity of one (the whole or entire group, region, or length).

• Divide a whole, group, region, or length into equal parts (concretely, physically, or pictorially), demonstrate that the parts are equal in quantity, and name the quantity represented by each part.

• Analyze a set of diagrams or concrete representations to sort the representations into those that represent the same fraction and those that do not, and explain the sorting.

• Analyze representations of a set of fractions of a whole, group, region, or length that all have the same numerator (e.g., 2/3, 2/4, 2/5) and explain what about the fractional quantities is similar and what is different.

• Analyze representations of a set of fractions of a whole, group, region, or length that all have the same denominator (e.g., 0/5, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 5/5) and explain what about the fractional quantities is similar and what is different.

• Explain the role of the numerator and denominator in a fraction.

• Demonstrate how a fraction can represent a different amount if a different size of whole, group, region, or length is used.

• Compare, concretely, pictorially, physically, or orally, and order a set of fractions with either equivalent denominators or equivalent numerators.

• Represent a fraction as part of a whole, group, region, or length and explain the representation.

• Explain how a region can be divided into unequal parts, but the parts still represent a fraction of the region (e.g., Canada divided into provinces and territories which are not equal in area).

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