## Chapter 4: Fractions and Decimals

## LessonsLesson 1: Greatest Common FactorMain Idea: Students will find the greatest common factor of two or more numbers. Lesson 3: Simplifying FractionsMain Idea: Students will fractions in simplest form. 1. write down your fraction 2. factor your numerator to the FLIP 3. factor your denominator to the FLIP 4. Look for your GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (the biggest factor both the numerator and denominator had). Circle the GCF. 5. Divide your numerator and your denominator by the GCF. 6. You should now have your fraction in simplest form. Lesson 4: Mixed Numbers and Improper FractionsMain Idea: Students will write mixed numbers as improper fractions and vice versa. Lesson 5: Least Common MultipleMain Idea: Find the least common multiple of two or more numbers. Lesson 7: Comparing FractionsMain Idea: Students will compare fractions.Lesson 8: Writing Decimals as a FractionMain Idea:Lesson 9: Writing Fractions as DecimalsMain Idea: Students will write fractions as decimals. |
## Vocabulary- common factor
- greatest common factor (GCF)
- equivalent fractions
- simplest form
- mixed number
- proper fraction
- improper fraction
- multiple
- common multiples
- least common multiples (LCM)
- least common denominator (LCD)
- rational number
## Resources |

**Simplest Form**

**Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions**

**LCM and GCF**

**Fractions and Decimals**