# Ch 3: 4th Grade Math: Understanding Fractions

Demonstrate to your 4th grade students how to understand fractions by opening up this chapter. Parents of homeschooled children can utilize our lesson materials to supplement current textbooks, provide additional resources to students, or to use as direct lesson plans for teaching math topics.

## 4th Grade Math: Understanding Fractions - Chapter Summary

Give 4th grade students thorough instruction on understanding fractions with this chapter. Our experts know that a seemingly endless chapter does not help younger learners, so they have deliberately broken each chapter into several short lessons. Most lessons take anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes to complete. If students are familiar with some topics, they have the ability to skip lessons and move on to more challenging ones. Depending on the level of focus of the student, parents and teachers can determine how many lessons to go through before students need a break.

## Chapter Topics

• The idea that fractions represent parts of the whole
• Decomposing fractions
• Fixed number form and improper fractions
• Examples of equivalent fractions
• Steps for reducing and raising fractions
• Fractions with unlike and like denominators
• Techniques for finding a missing numerator
• Adding and subtracting mixed numbers and like fractions
• Multiplying whole numbers with fractions
• Adding and subtracting unlike fractions and mixed numbers

10 Lessons in Chapter 3: 4th Grade Math: Understanding Fractions
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