Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Abby's Fraction Growing post

What we have to do for our growing post:

Fraction Growing Post
Label it Fraction, Growing Post, User Name
a) Post your recorded quiz.
b) Using one question from questions 6 or 7 on page 202 of the textbook, explain two ways to multiply a fraction by a whole number. You should use pictures to help explain.
c) Using one question from questions 4 or 5 on page 208 of the textbook, explain how to divide a fraction by a whole number. You should use pictures.
d) Pick one word problem from questions 6-12 on page 208 of the textbook.
a) My recorded quiz

b) One question from #6 on page 202

c) One question from #4 on page 208

d) word problem from page 208 #7

Thanks for viewing my post. Sorry If I made any mistakes with my explanations. and sorry about my quiz too..

Fraction Growing Post Part 2

The second part of your fraction growing post is to show your understanding of multiplying fractions. Use your test to choose 3 questions.
1. fraction x fraction
2. fraction x mixed number
3. mixed number x mixed number
It is up to you how to show your understanding. You can type everything, create an image in paint or use the class ustream account. This is due by Monday April 12.

Yes there will be a part
3. DO NOT CREATE A NEW POST edit your old fraction post and add part 2 to it.
Be sure to label your post fractions and growingpost.

You also have to complete your e-portfolios and movie projects..... lots of homework. Have a great weekend.


Just click on the link to see.. It wont upload here and the embed thingy wont work..


hannah873 April 5, 2010 at 7:06 PM  

Hi Abby. It was really neat that you put the instructions for the growing post up there. It was really great that you explained the steps in solving the problem with words, and not just diagrams and numbers. Keep up the good work!

Camille873 April 11, 2010 at 12:52 PM  

great job abby nice pictures , great explanation keep up the great work.

ChristineAnne8-73 April 12, 2010 at 9:28 PM  

Awesome job Abby! you explained your work very well.


Lorem Ipsum

About This Blog


powered by math calculator at

  © Blogger templates Psi by 2008

Back to TOP