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Primary 2 - Number and Algebra: Fractions

Standard 2.NA-F.1 - Compare and sort fractions up to twentieths, arranging them in order from least to greatest or greatest to least.

Included Skills:

Fraction of a Whole

• 1.1 fraction as part of a whole

• 1.2 notation and representations of fractions

• 1.3 comparing and ordering fractions with denominators of given fractions not exceeding 12

- unit fractions

- like fractions

• 1.4 give examples of fractions in everyday situations and use language such as '2 out of 3' to describe fractions.

• 1.5 use concrete objects, fraction discs and pictorial representations to represent and interpret fractions in terms of unit fractions, e.g. 3/5 is 3 units of 1/5, 1/5 + 1/5 + 1/5, or 3 fifths, and to compare the sizes of fractions referring to the same whole.

• 1.6 use fraction discs to represent and compare two unit fractions and explain why the greater the denominator, the smaller the unit fraction, e.g. 1/6 is smaller than 1/3.

• 1.7 use fraction discs to represent and compare two like fractions (i.e. fractions with the same denominator) and explain why the greater the numerator, the greater the like fraction, e.g. 6/7 is greater than 4/7.

• 1.8 achieve mastery of fraction recognition and comparison by playing games using fraction cards (pictures and symbols), including applets and digital games.

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