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All examples are modeled with circles or number lines. Learn about fractions for free! No login, no ads.

Fractions are better understood when seen (or eaten).

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fractions study chart Visual Fractions Progress Page A complete study guide that takes you through identifying, renaming, comparing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions using circle or number line models. Each of the topics include a pretest, an instruction section, on-line practice sessions, worksheet practice, and a test.

investigate fractions View the How To pages to find out how to identify, rename, compare, add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions with step-by-step explanations. Each explanation is in PDF format using Adobe Reader™ or PPS format using Powerpoint Viewer™.

Design Visual Fractions Design your own fraction images with the Fractions Designer Pages. You may make number line or circle models of fractions and the operations on fractions. This is a good opportunity to view and demonstrate fractions of your own choice.

Visual Fractions Games Check out the Fractions Games Page for twelve fun games. Some games let you search for Grammy and Grampy or a lost space alien. Other games let you build cakes or cookies and weigh objects. These fractions games will enhance fractions learning.

Visual Fractions WorksheetsFractions Worksheets. These worksheets use circle or number line models to show what fractions and operations on fractions really look like. Answer sheets are included.

Visual Frctions Site Map This Visual Fractions Site Map will show how this Visual Fractions web site is organized. See how the words "visual fraction model" are used in the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

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