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Fraction Lessons

Fraction Lessons

Different students have problems with fraction lessons. Tutors can define a fraction as a number that is a segment of a whole; hence, a student will not understand this principle until he pictures how fractions work. The focal part of understanding fraction includes knowing how each segment fits into a greater whole (pun intended)

Let’s Read English allows students to build a fraction base by showing students how to picture fractions by applying real-world examples in an interactive, online study environment. Learn more about Let’s Read English’s fraction programs and our outstanding math curriculum.

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How Do You Teach A Child To Understand Fractions?

The easy method to help a child to acknowledge fraction is by developing a strong math foundation and working on many word problems about fractions. You have to teach fraction classes in an appropriate order, also review the previous math basics if the learner is struggling with some important topics. However, strong mathematics basic is developed on EEP foundation acknowledgment. Hence, fraction lessons are paramount but not as crucial as the real foundation. Let’s Read English teaches fraction lessons by allowing scholars 

to picture fractions in the real world. Our first mathematics program starts with a “pizza puzzler”. The word problem in fraction gives students a pizza pie and explains to them that it needs to be cut up. While teaching with our interactive fraction class, the pizza will be cut up into equal sizes. With that, they see how a whole is been divided into different sizes as the pizza is being split into halves and quarters. This image of the pizza being split is a conceptual form of teaching that should be used always as the fraction class gets more difficult.

Let’s Read English initiates the concept of a denominator by showing students pizza that is split into different sizes; the denominator. Students will work with this idea of splitting a whole into smaller parts “fractions” in different ways. 

Some classification of educational method: manipulatives, sets, graphical, money, geometrically, and representations. Some classification of educational method:

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  • Manipulatives: Parents or tutors should allow the students to split cookies into halves and then write down the fraction. In Let’s Read English, we have lots of animated fraction classes where we show students how a whole can be divided into fractions.
  • Sets: the idea of dividing a whole should be applied to the set as well. For example, if we have 8 oranges, let’s divide the set of eight oranges into two equal parts subsets, into two equal parts of the original set.
  • Graphical: with a table of data, students should know everything about half and work with it as well. For example, let’s picture this fraction problem; a farmer has 20 cows and 8 sheep: the student should know that ½ (half) of the animals are 10 cows and 4 sheep. 
  • Money: Money is exceptionally helpful in making math concepts useful and getting previous knowledge to harbor conceptual fraction programs with real-world applications. If you ask them this question “split a 100 into fourths” it will be a difficult one for them. However, you can ask them to share a dollar equally among four children and they will give you the correct answer. The main purpose of teaching fraction lessons is to help students to put their previous knowledge into a conceptual form.

 

Also, Let’s Read English gives supplementary, printable fraction worksheets. Some Let’s Read English users print and use the fraction worksheet. Other users are only using the interactive fraction classes. It’s left for a user to make a choice.

Use Let’s Read English’s fraction program to complement student’s school works or boost your online school curriculum. Help scholars to build a strong math foundation. Learn more about Let’s Read English’s interactive math lessons.

  • Manipulatives: Parents or tutors should allow the students to split cookies into halves and then write down the fraction. In Let’s Read English, we have lots of animated fraction classes where we show students how a whole can be divided into fractions.
  • Sets: the idea of dividing a whole should be applied to the set as well. For example, if we have 8 oranges, let’s divide the set of eight oranges into two equal parts subsets, into two equal parts of the original set.
  • Graphical: with a table of data, students should know everything about half and work with it as well. For example, let’s picture this fraction problem; a farmer has 20 cows and 8 sheep: the student should know that ½ (half) of the animals are 10 cows and 4 sheep. 
  • Money: Money is exceptionally helpful in making math concepts useful and getting previous knowledge to harbor conceptual fraction programs with real-world applications. If you ask them this question “split a 100 into fourths” it will be a difficult one for them. However, you can ask them to share a dollar equally among four children and they will give you the correct answer. The main purpose of teaching fraction lessons is to help students to put their previous knowledge into a conceptual form.

 

Also, Let’s Read English gives supplementary, printable fraction worksheets. Some Let’s Read English users print and use the fraction worksheet. Other users are only using the interactive fraction classes. It’s left for a user to make a choice.

Use Let’s Read English’s fraction program to complement student’s school works or boost your online school curriculum. Help scholars to build a strong math foundation. Learn more about Let’s Read English’s interactive math lessons.

Teaching Math in Sequence

  • It’s pertinent to teach math in an order that enables scholars to gradually develop understanding, skills, and trust. Use professional teaching method, curriculum, and distinctive sequence.

    Let’s Read English teaches a complete math lesson so students can advance at a great speed. Students are taught based on their current skills. With this, math will be fun, and parents can take part and see how new ideas are initiated progressively and learned by practice. We have Time4MathFacts in the curriculum which provides practice in basic math skills that are essential for progress. Your child can start learning today. If you want to find out more about our program, check out our math lessons class.

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Interactive Math Education – How to Blend Fun with Education

  • It’s pertinent to teach math in an order that enables scholars to gradually develop understanding, skills, and trust. Use professional teaching method, curriculum, and distinctive sequence.

    Let’s Read English teaches a complete math lesson so students can advance at a great speed. Students are taught based on their current skills. With this, math will be fun, and parents can take part and see how new ideas are initiated progressively and learned by practice. We have Time4MathFacts in the curriculum which provides practice in basic math skills that are essential for progress. Your child can start learning today. If you want to find out more about our program, check out our math lessons class.

Learn Math with an Interactive Program that is Proven Effective

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