# Fractions of Shapes and Sets

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## Interactive Math Lesson - Fractions of Shapes and Sets

Students will practice fractions of shapes and sets in this interactive math activity geared toward fifth grade. Questions in this math lesson are presented in a variety of formats, including drag-and-drop, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank. Upon completion of this online math game, students will have gained confidence and proficiency in identifying fractions of shapes and fractions of sets.

Your students will solve math problems featuring a diverse array of fractional shapes and sets. Here are some sample questions your students may be asked in this math lesson: "What fraction of the shapes are pentagons?"; "What fraction of the shape is shaded?"; and "What fraction of the cupcakes have sprinkles?" Whether students are shown a set of objects or a shape divided into fractional pieces, they will have ample opportunity in this math lesson to practice identifying fractions.

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When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will pop up on their practice screen to show them the correct answer, including step-by-step instructions for obtaining the correct response. Children can move through the lesson having learned from past mistakes.

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## Level

This interactive math lesson is classified as Level E. It may be ideal for a fifth-grade class.

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