## Learning Goal -

1. I can find fractional parts of a group (of objects, people, etc.).

2. I can write, read, and apply fraction notation.

2. I can write, read, and apply fraction notation.

## Fractions of 24

We have been finding fractional parts of circles and rectangles by dividing them into equal pieces. We've been finding fractions of ONE single thing. It is also possible to find fractional parts of a group of things.

Think about this: How many students is 1/2 of our class? (Turn to your neighbor and discuss.

Think about this: How many students is 1/2 of our class? (Turn to your neighbor and discuss.

I have a crate of 24 oranges.

1/4 of the oranges go to Mr. Freed.

The rest go to Ms. Lee.

What fraction of the oranges will Ms. Lee get?

How many oranges will Mr. Freed get?

How many oranges will Ms. Lee get?

Work with a partner to think about how to solve these questions.

How did you solve this problem? ( Use the 4 x 6 rectangles worksheet or connecting cubes.)

Classwork: pages 6, 7, 8

Homework: pages 9, 10 ( 40 Bulldog Bucks if returned completed. 10 Bulldog Bucks if your homework is signed by your parent or guardian.)

1/4 of the oranges go to Mr. Freed.

The rest go to Ms. Lee.

What fraction of the oranges will Ms. Lee get?

How many oranges will Mr. Freed get?

How many oranges will Ms. Lee get?

Work with a partner to think about how to solve these questions.

How did you solve this problem? ( Use the 4 x 6 rectangles worksheet or connecting cubes.)

Classwork: pages 6, 7, 8

Homework: pages 9, 10 ( 40 Bulldog Bucks if returned completed. 10 Bulldog Bucks if your homework is signed by your parent or guardian.)