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Ch 4: SBA Math - Grade 6: Introduction to Fractions

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Use these fun, accessible video lessons to help your student study fractions for the middle school mathematics SBA. Video transcripts make it easy for students to locate key terms and concepts.

SBA Math - Grade 6: Introduction to Fractions - Chapter Summary

The quick video lessons in this chapter can be viewed from any device, making study accessible for busy kids. Students will review the fractions concepts likely to appear on the SBA Mathematics tests for middle schoolers. Lesson subjects include:

  • Types of fractions
  • Methods for raising and reducing fractions
  • Calculating the least common denominator
  • How to order fractions
  • Switching between improper fractions and mixed numbers
  • Comparing decimals, fractions and whole numbers

Each video comes with a transcript that highlights key terms and concepts. Lessons also offer short quizzes to let students practice using the material they've covered. Reach out to our instructors if your 6th grader needs additional help.

8 Lessons in Chapter 4: SBA Math - Grade 6: Introduction to Fractions
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What is a Fraction? - Definition and Types

1. What is a Fraction? - Definition and Types

Fractions may be your friend's worst nightmare, but they don't have to be yours. Watch this video lesson to learn about fractions and how you can understand them easily. Also, learn to identify the different types of fractions.

How to Raise and Reduce Fractions

2. How to Raise and Reduce Fractions

When working with fractions, you sometimes need to change your fraction to make it easier to work with. Watch this video lesson to learn how you can raise and reduce fractions to make your problem solving easier.

Relating Fractions and Decimals

3. Relating Fractions and Decimals

Watch this video lesson to learn how to use both fractions and decimals to help you solve problems. Learn how to change between the two to use the best one for your problem.

How to Find Least Common Denominators

4. How to Find Least Common Denominators

Finding a Least Common Denominator is an important tool when working with fractions. To find least common denominators, we will use multiples of our numbers.

Comparing and Ordering Fractions

5. Comparing and Ordering Fractions

Comparing and ordering fractions is way to examine fractions that contain different-sized sets. In order to compare these fractions, you must find a common denominator and make equivalent fractions.

Using the Number Line to Compare Decimals, Fractions, and Whole Numbers

6. Using the Number Line to Compare Decimals, Fractions, and Whole Numbers

Watch this video lesson to learn how useful the number line can be when you need to compare two different numbers, be they whole numbers, decimals or even fractions. Learn how to plot these numbers on the number line so you can compare them.

Changing Between Improper Fraction and Mixed Number Form

7. Changing Between Improper Fraction and Mixed Number Form

Improper fractions and mixed numbers are two different types of fractions. They both have different purposes when using fractions in a problem. In this lesson, you will learn how to convert between these two different forms.

How to Change Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

8. How to Change Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

When it comes to fractions in algebra, we hardly ever use mixed numbers. Instead, we opt for the ease of use of improper fractions. Watch this video lesson to learn how to change your mixed numbers to improper fractions.

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