The above lesson includes audio (so remember to switch on your speakers). Use the play/ pause button if you need to stop and start the lesson. This lesson is number 6 of 6 and looks at how improper fractions and mixed numbers are both used to show more than one whole unit. The lesson also covers when and how to convert between each of these forms.

Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

The Fractions Lesson explained above is aligned with the standard 4NF02 from the Common Core Standards For Mathematics (see the shortened extract below). The resources below are also aligned to this standard.

*Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, e.g., ...*

- Comparing Fractions (3 of 4) - ordering sets of three and four fractions

Similar to the above listing, the resources below are aligned to related standards in the Common Core For Mathematics that together support the following learning outcome:

*Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering*

- Understanding equivalent fractions (From Page)
- How to simplify fractions (From Page)
- Equivalent Fraction Cards #1 (matching equivalent fractions. e.g. 4/10 = 2/5) (From Activities)
- Equivalent Fraction Cards #2 (matching equivalent fractions. e.g. 6/15 = 2/5 - slightly harder) (From Activities)
- Reducing Fractions - Simplest Form e.g. 6/12 = 1/2 (From Worksheets)
- Equivalent Fractions (3 of 3) (From Worksheets)
- Equivalent Fractions (1 of 3) e.g. 1/3 = 3/9 (From Worksheets)
- Equivalent Fractions (2 of 3) e.g. 9/3 = 1/3 (From Worksheets)
- Comparing Fractions (1 of 4) - two fractions - includes with fraction bar (From Worksheets)
- Comparing Fractions (2 of 4) - using common denominators (From Worksheets)
- Matching Equivalent Fractions (From Games)
- Target Equivalent Fractions (From Games)