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The Fractions app lets students use a bar or circle to represent, compare, and perform operations with fractions with denominators from 1 to 100. Choose to create a bar or circle fraction and choose the total number of equal parts in the whole. Then show a fraction by filling in parts of the whole with color. Show or hide numeric labels as needed. Superimpose fractions upon each other to compare fractions or see equal parts. (Source: www.mathlearningcenter.org)
Fraction walls are a great way to teach about fractions and in particular equivalent fractions. In a fraction wall each row or layer of the wall represents one whole number. The layers are divided into a number of bricks and hence each brick represents a fraction whose denominator is equal to the number of bricks in that layer. Each brick can be turned on or off by clicking it. This wall also allows the display of decimal and percentage values. To the right of the wall are boxes which can be hidden, the value of each box is fraction of the wall that has been turned on.
Also known as 'the lowest common multiple' or 'smallest common multiple' is crucial when adding, subtracting or comparing fractions. This button will calculate the LCM based on the rows that have active bricks. Pressing the LCM button will create a new wall that contains the originally selected fraction but also a new layer with the number of divisions equalling the least common multiple of the denominators of the other rows. Sounds complicated, but it really just means that it is always possible to create an equivalent fraction in the LCM row from the other rows. (Source: www.visnos.com)