**Learning Targets for Unit 7**

*If you are having difficulty with a learning target, the links below it will give you more practice.***A. I can compare fractions.**

Start with

**fraction monkeys.**You will be putting monkeys on a number line.

**B. I can find equivalent fractions.**

**Melvin's Make a Match**matches potion bottles labeled with fractions and pictures of fractions. To find equivalent fractions, remember "whatever you do to the bottom, do to the top."

**Equivalent Fraction Bingo**-- Remember you can either multiply or divide to find equivalent (equal) fractions. Sometimes you might need to do both. Find the simpliest form of the fraction (divide) and then multiply to make a new equivalent fraction. You can do this!

**Number Eaters**-- choose fractions. Find all the equivalent fractions while escaping the monster. Use the space bar to eat fractions and the arrow keys to move.

**A Fraction Game**. Flip over the cards and move the markers an equal amount or less. The goal is getting all the markers to the right with the fewest cards possible.

**Equivalent fractions.**Make equivalent fractions for the shape at the top. You get to choose the number of pieces in your shapes. Remember you can multiply or divide to find equivalent fractions. Check your answer by clicking on the check between your two shapes.

**Equivalent fractions.**Type in the answer and press [Enter] or click on submit. If you get it wrong, choose explanation.

**Converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers:**Type in the answer and press [Enter] or click on submit. If you get it wrong, choose explanation. This one wants you to give the number in simplest form too. Can you take on this challenge?

**C. I can convert decimals to fractions (with denominators of 10 and 100)..**

**Cyberchase Mission Magnetite... Remember to find percentages, multiply the decimal by 100. (This is a 5th grade skill, but you can do it!)**

**Exploring fractions:**Use the up and down arrows on the number line and choose the shape you want to use to make fractions. How does the fraction look? What is the decimal that equals the fraction? What's the percentage that equals the fraction?

**Fraction Models**

**D. I can convert fractions (with denominators of 10 and 100).**

Create a private game (write the password on the board) and play

**Puppy Chase Decimals.**The faster you convert fractions to decimals, the faster your puppy runs.

**Cyberchase Mission Magnetite... Remember to find percentages, multiply the decimal by 100. (This is a 5th grade skill, but you can do it!)**

**Fraction Models**

Log on

**Think Central**and play: Fraction Action: Fraction Flare Up, Level L, N; Fraction Action: Number Line Mine, Level O, P, Q

**E. I can read, write, and draw decimals.**

**Cyberchase Mission Magnetite... Remember to find percentages, multiply the decimal by 100. (This is a 5th grade skill, but you can do it!)**

**Fraction Models**

Railroad Repair

**F. I can compare decimals to hundredths.**

**G. I can solve fraction word problems.**

Use what you know about solving whole number problems to solve word problems with fractions. Remember... when you see the words "this" or "that", look at the information that comes before these words.

Practice matching

**key words**to operations

**Story problems:**Type in the answer and press [Enter] or click on submit. If you get it wrong, choose explanation.

**H. I can make and solve line plots with fractional data.**

How do I make a line plot?