3rd Grade Math - Representing Equivalent Fractions
Updated: Jan 8
This post explains and give practice opportunities related to TEKS 3.3F:
represent equivalent fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 using a variety of objects and pictorial models, including number lines
This is seemingly simple standard has two important components. First, students should be able to recognize and represent equal fractions with pictures.
Second, number lines are called out specifically as a representation students should know how to use.
Oral Language Development
Students process information through talking and conversing, not simply listening or watching a teacher demonstration. Here are so talk structures aligned with 3.3F to help you students unmute in the classroom.
You can find the Google Slide version here. You can also learn more about the Unmute model here.
Between 2016 and 2022 (including redesign practice), this readiness standard has been tested 9 times on the STAAR test. Videos explaining each problem can be found below. If you'd rather take a quiz over these questions, click here. The videos below are linked to each question in the quiz as answer explanations after the quiz is submitted.
To view all the posts in this 3rd grade TEKS review series, click here.