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Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to add a fraction less than 1 to, or subtract a fraction less than 1 from, a whole number using decomposition and visual models.

Common Core Standards: 4.NF.1, 4.NF.2, 4.NF.3, 4.NBT.6, 4.NF.4a, 4.MD.4

### NYS Common Core Grade 4 Module 5, Lessons 22

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Lesson 22 Concept Development

Problem 1: Add a fraction less than 1 to a whole number using a tape diagram.

Problem 2: Subtract a fraction less than 1 from a whole number using a tape diagram.

Problem 3: Given three related numbers, form fact family facts.

Problem 4: Subtract a fraction less than 1 from a whole number using decomposition. Lesson 22 Problem Set

1. Draw a tape diagram to match each number sentence. Then complete the number sentence.

a. 3 + 1/3

b. 4 + 3/4

c. 3 - 1/4

d. 5 - 2/5

2. Use the following three numbers to write two subtraction and two addition number sentences.

a. 6, 6 2/8, 3/8

b. 4/7, 9, 8 3/7

3. Solve using a number bond. Draw a number line to represent each number sentence. The first one has been done for you.

a. 4 - 1/3

b. 5 - 2/3

c. 7 - 3/8

d. 10 - 4/10

4. Complete the subtraction sentences using number bonds.

a. 3 - 1/10 =

b. 5 - 3/4 =

c. 6 - 5/8 =

d. 7 - 3/9 =

e. 8 - 6/10 =

f. 29 - 9/12 =

Lesson 22 Homework

1. Draw a tape diagram to match each number sentence. Then complete the number sentence.

a. 2 + 1/4

b. 3 + 2/3

c. 2 - 1/5

d. 3 - 1/4

2. Use the following three numbers to write two subtraction and two addition number sentences.

a. 4, 4 5/8, 5/8

b. 2/7, 5 5/7, 6

3. Solve using a number bond. Draw a number line to represent each number sentence. The first one has been done for you.

a. 4 - 1/3

b. 8 - 5/6

c. 7 - 4/5

d. 3 - 3/10

4. Complete the subtraction sentences using number bonds.

a. 6 - 1/4 =

b. 7 - 2/10 =

c. 5 - 5/6 =

d. 6 - 6/9 =

e. 3 - 7/8 =

f. 26 - 7/10 =

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 4

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 4

Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to add a fraction less than 1 to, or subtract a fraction less than 1 from, a whole number using decomposition and visual models.

Common Core Standards: 4.NF.1, 4.NF.2, 4.NF.3, 4.NBT.6, 4.NF.4a, 4.MD.4

Lesson 22 Concept Development

Problem 1: Add a fraction less than 1 to a whole number using a tape diagram.

Problem 2: Subtract a fraction less than 1 from a whole number using a tape diagram.

Problem 3: Given three related numbers, form fact family facts.

Problem 4: Subtract a fraction less than 1 from a whole number using decomposition. Lesson 22 Problem Set

1. Draw a tape diagram to match each number sentence. Then complete the number sentence.

a. 3 + 1/3

b. 4 + 3/4

c. 3 - 1/4

d. 5 - 2/5

2. Use the following three numbers to write two subtraction and two addition number sentences.

a. 6, 6 2/8, 3/8

b. 4/7, 9, 8 3/7

3. Solve using a number bond. Draw a number line to represent each number sentence. The first one has been done for you.

a. 4 - 1/3

b. 5 - 2/3

c. 7 - 3/8

d. 10 - 4/10

4. Complete the subtraction sentences using number bonds.

a. 3 - 1/10 =

b. 5 - 3/4 =

c. 6 - 5/8 =

d. 7 - 3/9 =

e. 8 - 6/10 =

f. 29 - 9/12 =

1. Draw a tape diagram to match each number sentence. Then complete the number sentence.

a. 2 + 1/4

b. 3 + 2/3

c. 2 - 1/5

d. 3 - 1/4

2. Use the following three numbers to write two subtraction and two addition number sentences.

a. 4, 4 5/8, 5/8

b. 2/7, 5 5/7, 6

3. Solve using a number bond. Draw a number line to represent each number sentence. The first one has been done for you.

a. 4 - 1/3

b. 8 - 5/6

c. 7 - 4/5

d. 3 - 3/10

4. Complete the subtraction sentences using number bonds.

a. 6 - 1/4 =

b. 7 - 2/10 =

c. 5 - 5/6 =

d. 6 - 6/9 =

e. 3 - 7/8 =

f. 26 - 7/10 =

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