numerator

denominator

IDENTIFY FRACTIONAL PARTS OF A GROUP

EXPLAIN

SHOW INPUT

Make Fractions of a Group Designer uses square and round cookies to demonstrate a fractional part of a group of objects. The following illustration was made from this program:

To arrive at the fraction simply enter 7 for the number of square cookies and 9 for the total number of cookies.

The picture will show that 7 of the 9 cookies are square cookies.

All fractions must be less than or equal to one. The denominator must be 20 or less.

The <EXPLAIN> checkbox checked will show how the fraction of square cookies is calculated. Uncheck <EXPLAIN> to hide the explanation, allowing the teacher or learner to demonstrate how to write the fractions.

With <SHOW INPUT> unchecked, the numerator and denominator input boxes will act the same as password input boxes so learners will not see the numbers you input.

Suggestions:

Demonstrate numerator with 3/9 and then 4/9. Continue with increasing the numerator until you arrive at 9/9. This will make all cookies square cookies.

WINDOWS COMPUTERS

You may copy the screen by pressing <Print Screen> on the keyboard. This copies the screen into Windows Clipboard™. The screen can then be pasted into Windows Paint™ or your favorite imaging program. Windows Paint™ will allow you to crop, print, or save the image.

Windows 7 users can use the Snipping Tool™ to capture any part of the screen. These images can be edited and saved in PNG, GIF(recommended) or JPEG formats.

IPADS

To take a screen shot with the Ipad first press the Sleep/Wake button at the top right of the Ipad. While holding the Sleek/Wake button press and release the round Home button at the bottom of the screen. You should see a photo of the screen by going to the Home page and pressing the Photos icon.