Chapter 6

Add & Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators

Videos - Math on the Spot

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Lesson 1 - Addition with Unlike Denominators

Essential Idea: How can you use models to add fractions that have different denominators?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.1

Lesson 2 - Subtraction with Unlike Denominators

Essential Idea: How can you use models to subtract fractions that have different denominators?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.2

Lesson 3 - Estimate Fraction Sums & Differences

Essential Idea: How can you make reasonable estimates of fractions sums and differences?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.3

Lesson 4 - Common Denominators & Equivalent Fractions

Essential Idea: How can you rewrite a pair of fractions so that they have a common denominator?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.4

Lesson 5 - Add & Subtract Fractions

Essential Idea: How can you use a common denominator to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.5

Lesson 6 - Add & Subtract Mixed Numbers

Essential Idea: How can you add and subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.6

Lesson 7 - Subtraction with Renaming

Essential Idea: How can you use renaming to find the difference of two mixed numbers?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.7

Lesson 8 - Patterns with Fractions

Essential Idea: How can you use addition or subtraction to describe a pattern or create a sequence with fractions?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.8

Lesson 9 - Practice Addition & Subtraction

Essential Idea: How can the strategy work backward help you solve a problem with fractions that involves addition and subtraction?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.9

Lesson 10 - Use Properties of Addition

Essential Idea: How can properties help you add fractions with unlike denominators?

Watch the Video Here: Math on the Spot- Lesson 6.10