Unit: Fractions (Equivalency, Addition, and Subtraction)
Key Lesson 4.2.10 Use Multiples to Find Equivalent Fractions
Lesson topic: Using multiples to find equivalent fractions
- Teacher guide
- CCRS standard: 4.NF.1
- Learning goal: Make sense of a way to generate equivalent fractions by using multiples of the numerator and denominator.
- 4.2 Assessment and Practice Problems
If students need additional lessons before this key lesson, use these supplemental lessons.
Review and Extend
Use these supplemental lessons if needed after teaching this key lesson.
- 4.2.11 Use Factors to Find Equivalent Fractions
- 4.2.13 Use Equivalent Fractions to Compare
- 4.2.14 Fraction Comparison Problems
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