# Ch 4: SBA Math - Grade 7: Introduction to Fractions

The lessons in this chapter help ensure students' understanding of fractions and multiple fraction operations. The chapter features video resources geared toward content on SBA Math Grade 7 assessments.

## SBA Math - Grade 7: Introduction to Fractions - Chapter Summary

Anything students have learned about the different types of fractions, such as proper and improper kinds, will be strengthened with this test prep chapter. Aimed at students who will be taking the SBA Math Grade 7 assessment, the lessons break down the following issues with fractions:

• How to compare fractions and identify least common denominators
• The relationship between decimals and fractions
• Making mixed numbers become improper fractions
• The use of the number line
• Fractions being reduced and raised
• Changing decimals to fractions and vice versa

Students can use the video tags to easily go back over any specific parts of a fraction topic in any video lesson. The available practice quizzes that are matched up with each lesson let students gauge their comfort with the material.

### SBA Math - Grade 7: Introduction to Fractions Chapter Objectives

The purpose of the SBA Math Grade 7 assessments is to gain information on the success of school programs and how well students are progressing in mathematics. Items on the summative assessment that are concerned with fractions will be computer-adaptive. Students will likely be asked around three questions on the summative assessment that are based on fractions.

8 Lessons in Chapter 4: SBA Math - Grade 7: Introduction to Fractions
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