# Ch 13: Praxis Early Childhood Education: Overview of Fractions

Never fear the fraction! Let us help you build your math confidence and skills as you prepare for the Praxis Early Childhood Education exam. Join us on a review of the basics of fractions and what to do with them.

## Praxis Early Childhood Education: Overview of Fractions - Chapter Summary

This chapter is a comprehensive look at the forms and functionality of fractions. Use these lessons to review your math understanding of fractions and how to work with them when performing mathematical operations. This overview will help you get ready to ace questions covering this area on the Praxis Early Childhood Education exam. When you have completed this chapter, you should feel comfortable doing the following:

• Describing fractions and unit fractions
• Visually representing fractions in various ways
• Modeling composition, decomposition, and equivalent fractions
• Demonstrating how to compare and order fractions
• Converting between fractions, decimals, and percents

Our professional instructors guide you through each skill, reviewing the important concepts needed to perform these math operations. The video and text lessons will help engage you in the learning process as you study and prepare for fraction questions on your important Praxis Early Childhood Education exam. After accessing each lesson, take the corresponding quiz to make sure you understood the concepts are are ready to move on to the next topic.

7 Lessons in Chapter 13: Praxis Early Childhood Education: Overview of Fractions
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