1. Adding Fractions

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    from Kelly Moore / Added

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    Students demonstrate How-To Add Fractions without a common denominator.

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    • Adding Fractions on a Clock Part 2

      04:26

      from Scott Sousa / Added

      This video is part of a series on adding fractions using a clock. Part 2 outlines how to add simple fractions with unlike denominators.

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      • Adding Fractions on a Clock Part 1

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        from Scott Sousa / Added

        This video is part of a series on adding and subtracting fractions with a clock. Part 1 covers how to represent fractions with a clock.

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        • Adding Fractions with a Grid Part 2

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          from Scott Sousa / Added

          This video is part of a series on how to add fractions with a grid. In this portion, you will learn how to add simple fractions with a grid system.

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          • Adding Fractions with a Grid Part 1

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            from Scott Sousa / Added

            This video is part of a series about how to add fractions using a grid. In this portion, you will learn how to represent fractions on a grid.

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            • Adding Odds and Evens with Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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              from Education Unboxed / Added

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              The significance of understanding whether an answer is going to be odd or even is not often instantly understood. If children understand this, they will have an instant way to know whether their answer may be wrong. They will know that 459+243 has to be even because they are both odd numbers. It develops numbers sense. That's a good thing! After watching this video, I see how I could have done things a little better. Writing all even numbers in red and odd numbers in black would have helped tie in the Cuisenaire rods to the symbols. Our numerals themselves show no similarity to quantities (what does the shape of a 5 have to do with five things?) so bridging that gap with colors or letters to indicate odd or even would be a good idea. For more math videos, visit www.educationunboxed.com!

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              • Adding Zero

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                from Matholia / Added

                Mathematics learning video for the Singapore Primary Maths syllabus. Teacher: Mr Daniel William Cole www.matholia.com.sg www.matholia.com

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                • Addison Turtles

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                  from Chris Ward / Added

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                  Name the Addison Elementary turtles at http://www.foundation4addison.org/turtles

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                  • Addition by Counting On

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                    from Matholia / Added

                    Mathematics learning video for the Singapore Primary Maths syllabus. Teacher: Mr Daniel William Cole www.matholia.com.sg www.matholia.com

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                    • Addition by Putting Together

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                      from Matholia / Added

                      Mathematics learning video for the Singapore Primary Maths syllabus. Teacher: Mr Daniel William Cole www.matholia.com.sg www.matholia.com

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