Meaning of a Fraction and Equivalent Fractions Simplifying and Reducing fractions - part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAzfN0o3CgYSimplifying and Reducing fractions - part 2 Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions - defines proper fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers; show how write mixed numbers as improper fractions and vice versa, showing visual models as well as methods. How to Write a Whole Number as a Fraction (which might be useful if you need to subtract a fraction from a whole number) This next one is a good video about mixed numbers and improper fractions uploaded by someone else. It's very visual.Multiplying Fractions Part 1 Multiplying Fractions Part 2 Multiply & Divide Negative Fractions (multdivnegfract.mp4) (for students who have learned about negative numbers)Dividing Fractions Adding Fractions that have a common denominator - part 1 Add and Subtract Fractions that are negative and have a common denominator (addsubnegfraccomden.mp4)(for students who have learned about negative numbers)Subtract Fractions that have a Common Denominator (subcomdenfrac.mp4) Adding Fractions that have a common denominator - part 2; adding mixed numbers Add mixed numbers that are negative and have a common denominator (addnegmixcomden.mp4)(for students who have learned about negative numbers)Subtract mixed numbers that are negative and have a common denominators (subnegmixcomden.mp4)(for students who have learned about negative numbers) | There are a variety of methods you can use to add and subtract fractions that have unlike denominators. The following videos show some different methods.Adding Fractions that have unlike denominators - part 1 Adding Fractions that have unlike denominators - part 2 Subtracting Fractions - part 1 Most of these have a common denominator. Subtracting Fractions (unlike denominator) - part 2 Add Negative Fractions that have Unlike Denominators (addnegunlikeden.mp4)(for students who have learned about negative numbers)(for students who have learned about negative numbers)Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers from a whole number Credit to Paul McGuire for coming up with "The Jealousy Method" below. His video is at https://youtu.be/pELxsM1L764 Adding Fractions using the Jealousy Method - part 1 Adding Fractions using the Jealousy Method - part 2 Adding and Subtracting Two Fractions using an easy formula |