Adding Fractions With Unlike Denominators
Learners follow steps to add fractions with different denominators. They also review fraction concepts, do a drag-and-drop exercise involving fraction terms, and add fractions with common denominators.
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This is a great learning object. I will definitely use it with my students.
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Any time students get to review fractions, it is beneficial. Not sure if the color issue adds to it, but I could assume that there is some research behind colors and learning.Posted by Jack Knaack on 4/24/2006 12:00:00 AM Reply
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I only found one thing that is confusing. On the practice problems, it asks you to name the multiples of the denominators and hit enter on your keyboard after each number. it didnt work.. i had to reveal the answers to move to the next step.
Ill recommend this to my math folks though.
Thanks!Posted by Rebecca Dunn on 4/24/2006 12:00:00 AM Reply