# Hands-On Standards, Common Core Fractions Teacher's Resource Guide, Grade 4

A fractions teacher guide for differentiated learning built to the Common Core State Standards

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Hands-On Standards Fractions Common Core Grade 4 Teacher Resource Guide develops students’ conceptual understanding of fractions with targeted, hands-on instruction. Includes 22 lessons focusing on Equivalent Fractions and Decimals, Comparing and Ordering Fractions, Adding and Subtracting Fractions, Multiplying Fractions, and much more.Each hands-on, standards-focused lesson uses one or more of the following most common manipulatives: Base Ten Blocks, Cuisenaire® Rods, Deluxe Rainbow Fraction® Circles, Deluxe Rainbow Fraction® Squares, Fraction Dice, Fraction Tower® Equivalency Cubes, and Fraction Number Lines.

Hands-On Standards Fractions Common Core Grade 4 Teacher Resource Guide uses engaging hands-on activities to build fluency with fractions. Common Core standards-based lessons include warm-up activities, foundational skill practice, guided and independent practice, remediation, and enrichment opportunities. Differentiation options outline vocabulary use and support, making them perfect for ELL learners.

TOPICS

Equivalent Fractions and Decimals

• Same height, fewer cubes
• More than a whole square
• Fractions and decimals
• Decomposing fractions

Compare and Order Fractions

• Compare unlike fractions
• Compare fractions using common numerators
• Compare to one-half
• Compare decimals
• Fraction comparison

• Add and subtract mixed numbers

Multiply Fractions

• Unit fraction multiples
• Explore tower times
• Fraction multiples

INCLUDES

• 1 Hands-On Standards Number & Operations Teacher Resource Guide Grade 4 with 22 lessons

TOPICS

Equivalent Fractions and Decimals

• Same height, fewer cubes
• More than a whole square
• Fractions and decimals
• Decomposing fractions

Compare and Order Fractions

• Compare unlike fractions
• Compare fractions using common numerators
• Compare to one-half
• Compare decimals
• Fraction comparison

• Add and subtract mixed numbers