# Fractions of Sets

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## Interactive Math Activity - Fractions of Sets

Set your fourth-grade students up for math success with this fun, interactive fraction lesson from iKnowIt.com. In this online math game, children will practice fractions of sets. Questions are presented in drag-and-drop format, fill-in-the-blank format, and multiple-choice format to give students opportunities to practice fractions of sets in a variety of presentations. After completing this fourth-grade math activity, your students will become confident and proficient at fractions of sets.

Children will be challenged to solve math problems featuring different groups, or sets, of objects. Here are a few examples of the kinds of math questions students may be asked in this interactive activity: "Mrs. Shaban was looking for buttons to sew on the sweater she knitted. What fraction of the buttons she found had four holes?" "What fraction of the scissors are open?" "What fraction of the counters are purple?" "What fraction of the shapes are trapezoids?" and "Miss Coleman put out a basket of crayons for her students to use in a graphing center during math class. What fraction of the crayons were blue?" If students need a little help answering a math question, they can click on the "Hint" button in the lower-left corner of their practice screen. They will be shown a written or pictorial clue that will point them in the right direction without giving away the answer. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will show them the right answer accompanied by an easy-to-understand explanation. Students will move through their math practice sessions learning from previous errors.

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## Level

This online math lesson is classified as Level D. It may be ideal for a fourth-grade class.

## Common Core Standard

4.NF.1, MA.3.FR.1.1, MA.3.FR.1.3, 4.3A
Number And Operations - Fractions

Extend Understanding Of Fraction Equivalence And Ordering.
Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction (n x a)/(n x b) by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. Use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent fractions.

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