# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.NF.1

Common Core Identifier: 3.NF.1 / Grade: 3

Curriculum: Number And Operations - Fractions: Develop Understanding Of Fractions As Numbers.

Detail: Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into b equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by a parts of size 1/b.

51 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Tell what fraction of each shape is shaded.

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Match the fraction picture card with the fraction number cards in this concentration/memory matching game.

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Color the circle according to the directions, then write the fractions of the shaded parts.

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Color the given fraction of each group. (example: Color 5/9 of the buttons.)

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Match each fraction with the correct shape in this cut-and-paste activity.

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A color version of the large, manipulative fraction pizza manipulatives.

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Answer these fraction thinking problems. Students must find different ways to divide shapes, determine which shapes are divided into fractions, and complete the fractions of a set drawings.

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Cut out the large-sized manipulative fraction pizzas.

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Color fractions of each group of marbles; Harder version (example: 4/7 of 21).

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Same as above, but these fraction circles have the fractions written on them.

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Color fractions of each group of marbles; Includes unit fractions only; Easier version (example: 1/3 of 21).

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Same as above, but these fraction strips are color-coded. Print on card stock and laminate and they'll last for years to come. Great for manipulative fraction learning centers.

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Students will need to have a basic understanding of fractions to solve these word problems.

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Kids can cut out these circles to help them learn how fractions work

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Cut, color, and fold the origami cootie catcher (a.k.a. fortune teller). Then play the game to review basic fractions.

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Look at the illustrations to answer the "fractions of a set" question. Pictures include shapes, houses, and crayons.

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This worksheet has pictures of cats dogs, birds, and turtles. Answer the fraction questions by looking carefully at the picture.

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Part 1: Shade each shape to show the fraction given. Part 2: Tell what fraction is shown. Part 3: Divide the square into quarters and shade 3/4.

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This daily review set has more patterns, clocks, and base-10 place value blocks. There are also questions about capacity and calendars.

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Use these printable fraction strips as a hands-on way to teach the concept of fractions, equivalent fractions, and comparing fractions. (Halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, etc.)

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This page has 8 tasks for students to complete. Each one allows them to practice measuring the fraction of a set/group.

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On these printable activities, your class will write repeated addition number sentences, complete addition/subtraction bar models, interpret a line plot, interpret a pictograph, and draw hands on an analog clock.

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Students will determine which basic fractions are shown by the illustrations on the cards.

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This is the first week of the 4th grade math buzz series. This file contains 5 worksheets, reviewing basic skills from the previous grade. Skills covered include: place value, linear measurement, multiplication facts, and comparing fractions.

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Tell whether each shape is divided into halves, thirds, fourths, sixths or eighths.

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Use the clues to find the numerators and denominators of each mystery fraction.

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*Scoot!*is a whole-class, face-paced game in which students move around the classroom, while answering fraction questions. This game includes 30 task cards, teacher instructions, and student answer worksheets.

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In week eleven, we cover multiples, arrays, word problems, perimeter, and creating bar graphs.

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Complete the fraction number bonds. (example: 1/4 + 1/4 + 1/4 = 3/4)

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Students color the shape on their fraction flag according to the key. Then cut out the flags. Teachers can hang the colorful pennants on a string across the classroom.

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Your students will love this basic fraction chain reaction game.

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Review elapsed time, fractions of a set, basic multiplication & division, and reading data on a line plot.

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Students will answer these word problems with fractions.

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Scan the barcode to reveal basic fraction word problems. Draw a picture to solve.

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This file contains five worksheets. Skills covered include: liner measurement, input-output boxes (subtraction), perimeter of a trapezoid, and reading thermometers.

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Count how many marbles Peyton has after his brother and sister give him more. How much money is left after a buying a movie ticket.

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Mixed Math: D1 FREE

Math skills for adding, subtracting and multiplying. Complete word problems with fractions. Write place values from word problems.

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Use the illustrations to help find the fraction of each number; Unit fractions only. (example: 1/3 of 9)

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Find the fraction of each group; Includes only unit fractions; Easier version (example: 1/5 of 15).

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Measurement with ruler along with adding and subtracting. What fraction of the marbles are black?

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Number patterns, solve word problem with subtraction. Fractions using tiles.

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Comparing numbers using symbols. Fill in remaining number patterns. Fractions with pizza word problem.

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Find the fraction of each group; Harder version (example: 3/7 of 28).

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