
Lesson 1: What is a fraction?


Lesson 2: What are equivalent fractions?


Lesson 3: Addition of like fractions


Lesson 4: Subtraction of like fractions


Lesson 5: Addition of related fractions


Lesson 6: Subtraction of related fractions


Lesson 7: What is a mixed number?


Lesson 8: Express a mixed number as an improper fraction


Lesson 9: Express an improper fraction as a mixed number


Lesson 10: Fraction of a set


Lesson 11: Product of a proper fraction and a whole number


Lesson 12: Simple word problems


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 1 (Cats)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 2 (Telephone cards)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 3 (Trading cards)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 4 (Dinosaurs)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 5 (2 beakers of water)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 6 (Butterflies)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 7 (David and Sarah)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 8 (Weight of an empty container)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 9 (Apple and grape juice)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 10 (Stamps)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 11 (Filling up a tank)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 12 (Flamingo, pelican and crane)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 13 (Eggs)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 14 (Fraction of a fraction)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 15 (Comparing 2 fractions)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 16 (From small tank to big tank)


Lesson: Model diagram approach  Part 17 (Money not enough)


Lesson: Understanding equivalent fractions


Lesson: Understanding middle


Lesson: Charity coupons


Lesson: Overlapping figures


Lesson: Fraction of shaded portion


Lesson: Parts and whole
