Partition a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions using concrete area models.
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George made his younger brother, Neil, hexagonal cookies to celebrate his 6th birthday. One of the cookies is shown below.
Is this a fair share of the cookie? Why or why not?
Is this a fair share of the cookie? Why or why not?
Is this a fair share of the cookie? Why or why not?
Identify the fractional units of each of the following pattern block shapes. You can use your pattern blocks if it will help you.
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Create pattern block shapes where one piece represents each of the following fractions.
1 half
1 fourth
1 third
1 sixth
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Build the shaded shape below with your pattern blocks. Then, name the fraction that each triangle represents.
Build a shape with pattern blocks whose fractional unit is fourths. Then trace the shape below.
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