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This week in Khan Academy, we are having another look at Geometry, including the fractions of halves and quarters. Here's a quick look at Fractions, namely "equal parts" and "sharing equally".

This first video is a review of reading picture graphs and the concepts of "more than' and "fewer than". You do not need to do activities she shows you in the workbook at the end of the video.

Could you

What operation will it involve? (adding or subtracting?)

Go ahead and try!

If your story is about cookies going into the jar, then you would be adding (+) and if the cookies are leaving the jar, then you would be subtracting (-).

Your assignment:

1. Tell a story about what is happening to the cookies.

2. Now ask your question like "how many do you have left?" or "how many do you have all together?"

3. Solve the problem with numbers and words because you already have the picture.

]]>If your story is about cookies going into the jar, then you would be adding (+) and if the cookies are leaving the jar, then you would be subtracting (-).

Your assignment:

1. Tell a story about what is happening to the cookies.

2. Now ask your question like "how many do you have left?" or "how many do you have all together?"

3. Solve the problem with numbers and words because you already have the picture.