# Ch 25: Identifying & Working with Fractions

The brief videos in this chapter cover many aspects concerning fractions to help your third to fifth grader reinforce what they have been learning at school. The test at the end of the chapter can be especially useful to see how your child is doing and where they may need more help.

## Identifying & Working with Fractions - Chapter Summary

This chapter utilizes engaging videos to teach your student how to identify fractions, order them and use a number line. Students can also study the relationship between fractions, decimals and whole numbers, as well as strengthen their understanding of improper fractions and mixed numbers. Find out how well your student understands fractions by having them take the quizzes and chapter test.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objectives
What is a Fraction? - Definition and Types At the end of this lesson your student should be able to identify normal fractions, improper, mixed number and unlike fractions.
Identifying Fractions Students learn how to locate fractions on a number line, as well as how to view them as units, parts and divisions.
How to Raise and Reduce Fractions Instructors explain the procedure of raising and reducing fractions.
Relating Fractions and Decimals This lesson presents students with different examples of how fractions and decimals relate.
How to Find Least Common Denominators Your student will study various ways to identify least common denominators.
Comparing and Ordering Fractions This lesson provides an overview of how to figure out which fractions are greater than or less than others.
Using the Number Line to Compare Decimals, Fractions, and Whole Numbers Students gain an understanding of how number lines work and where various types of numbers fit on a number line.
Changing between Improper Fraction and Mixed Number Form Instructors show students the difference between improper fractions and mixed number form, as well as how to convert from one to the other.

8 Lessons in Chapter 25: Identifying & Working with Fractions
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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