FRACTION CHARTS
Here are a few fraction
charts.
Study them and make some notes if you need to.
The better you understand
them,
the more fun you will have in our play area.
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In the chart to the left there are a total of 16 boxes. They are all covered in blue. Using fractions that would mean 16/16 are covered in blue. With the top number and the bottom number being the same. The fraction equals a whole number.



In the chart to the left only 8 of the boxes are covered
in blue, the other 8 are covered in yellow.



In this chart, 15 of the boxes
are yellow.


One more quick chart 
Now, you see fractions are not as hard as you thought they were. If you would like to know more about Fractions? Just ask your math teacher. Your math teacher is there to work with you and wants to see you do well. Let them help! Who knows, you might even find math to be a lot of fun. 