Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 3
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Common Core For Grade 3
More Lessons for Grade 3 Math
Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 3 students learn how to identify
and represent shaded and non-shaded parts of one whole
Common Core Standards: 3.NF.1,
New York State Common Core Math Grade 3, Module 5, Lesson 7
Worksheets for Grade 3, Module 5, Lesson 7
Lesson 7 Application Problem
Robert was snacking on a small container of applesauce. He ate half of the container. His mother and sister were upset he didn’t save much for them. So he split up the remaining applesauce into 2 bowls. Robert said, “I ate 1 half, and each of you got 1 half.” Is Robert right? Draw a picture to prove your answer.
What fraction of the apple sauce did his mother get?
Why can’t the container be partitioned into 3 equal parts?
What fraction of the applesauce did Robert’s sister eat?
Lesson 7 Concept Development
I have a beaker half full of liquid.
What fraction of liquid can you see? 1 half.
What about the part that is not full? Could that be a fraction, too? Why or why not?
It is a fraction because half is filled, and so it has 1 more half to be all
Even though parts might not be full or shaded, they are still part of the whole.
Lesson 7 Problem Set
1 - 8. Whisper the fraction of the shape that is shaded. Then match the shape to the amount that is not
a. How many eighths are in 1 whole? __________
b. How many ninths are in 1 whole? __________
c. How many twelfths are in 1 whole? _________
10. Each strip represents 1 whole. Write a fraction to label the shaded and un-shaded parts.
11. Avanti read 1 sixth of her book. What fraction of the book has she not read yet?
Lesson 7 Homework
Whisper the fraction of the shape that is shaded. Then match the shape to the amount that is not shaded.
10. Carlia finished 1 fourth of her homework on Saturday. What fraction of her homework has she not
finished? Draw and explain.
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