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Jordan Lambert

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Fractions Greater Than One in the House

1) Find something in your house that you have more than one of, like a sofa or a table. 2) Take a picture of it on Seesaw. 3) Use the drawing tool to divide it into natural fractions. (Both objects should be divided into the same fractions

4th Grade, Math
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