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Join Professor Raab for an exciting and colorful introduction to the world of Fractions. Your students will be 100% engaged as they work with hands-on materials to better understand unit fractions as expressions of sharing and division. Our over-the-top Superhero, Fraction Hero, will encourage learning and laughter as he breathes life into the learning of this important content. Must be seen to be believed! This program is derived from Grade 3, Module 5 of the Common Core Standards in Math, standard 3.NF.1. from EngageNY.

Multipoint: $310.00

Point to Point: $310.00

Part of the cost of this program is a fully integrated hands-on material kit that we ship to your location. One kit supplies materials for all 3 sessions of the Fractions Series. The kit includes a teacher manual, class sets of fraction tiles, fraction pie sets, play-doh, and plastic knives for dividing the dough. The cost for the rental and shipping of this kit is built into the cost of the program at no additional fee. Please supply school name, teacher's name, address, city, state, zip and phone number, for shipping. No PO box please.

1 hour for 3rd Grade

*Education: * Grade(s) 3

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24 participants per connection

Mathematics, Problem Solving

Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)

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This session is one of a 3 part series. They may be done any time of the year, but it is recommended that you synch this with your introduction to fractions. Sessions 2 and 3 should be scheduled with at least one week separating them so that students can have guided practice time with you between the sessions.

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The Challenger Learning Center of Rochester, New York is a state-of-the-art learning facility. Our number one goal here at Challenger Learning Center is to inspire student interest in science and math. By questioning, measuring, hypothesizing, inferring, classifying, and interpreting, students apply the skills they’ve practiced in the classroom in an authentic assessment setting.

Contact:

Amy Vallone

samm@norsoft.net

5853832290

1. This program begins with an introduction to Professor Raab in the Math Lab.

2. We discuss division problems.

3. Then we introduce Fraction Hero with a short video to solve a division problem that requires sharing.

4. Students will have time to make play-doh candy bars and partition them using plastic knives to make equal shares.

5. We return to Fraction Hero who introduces the idea of Unit Fractions as expressions of equal shares. Counting of Unit Fractions is practiced.

6. Students create fraction strips and use fraction tiles to compare unit fractions.

7. A video call from Andre spurs a discussion about comparing unit fractions. We count unit fractions and discuss how much of a cake is eaten and uneaten.

8. A short game show is played to reinforce and assess the learning.

The Participant will:

Partition a Whole Into Equal Parts, identifying and counting Unit Fractions using concrete models, fraction strips, and pictorial area models

Represent and Identify Fractional Parts of Different Wholes

Partition a Whole into Equal Parts to identify the Unit Fraction, and build Non-Unit Fractions Less than One from Unit Fractions

Identify and Represent Shaded and Non-Shaded Parts of One Whole as Fractions.

Represent Parts of One Whole as Fractions with Number Bonds

**National** Common Core Standards

CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.1

Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into b equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by a parts of size 1/b.

**New York State Learning Standards**

From EngageNY

Topic A and B of Module 5.**3.NF.1**: Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into b equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by a parts of size 1/b.

This program works with Topic A and B of Module 5.

Standards: **3.G.2, 3.NF.1, 2.NF.3c, 3.G.2**

Among the learning objectives are:

Partition a Whole Into Equal Parts, identifying and counting Unit Fractions using concrete models, fraction strips, and pictorial area models (Lesson 1, 2, 3)

Represent and Identify Fractional Parts of Different Wholes (Lesson 4)

Partition a Whole into Equal Parts to identify the Unit Fraction, and build Non-Unit Fractions Less than One from Unit Fractions (Lessons 5 and 6)

Identify and Represent Shaded and Non-Shaded Parts of One Whole as Fractions. (Lesson 7)

Represent Parts of One Whole as Fractions with Number Bonds (Lesson 8)