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this one's about simple fractions- they're parts of a whole! Have your students sing about halves, thirds, quarters, numerators and denominators!See more of my math and science resources athttp://mathstory.comLYRICS:Fractions, fractions,They're parts of a whole,Fractions, fractions,They're what I know...They're equal pieces, They're parts of a pie,Fractions, fractions,They're alright!Half a pie, half a tree,Halves of different things, are different sizes you see,But a half is a half, big or small,It takes two halves, to make one whole(You have Fractions when you have equal sized parts of a whole. When it comes to halves, it takes two of them to make one whole!)Fractions, fractions,Parts of a whole,Fractions, fractions,Are what I know...They're equal pieces, Parts of a square,Fractions, fractions,They're right here!Tells how many,Parts there are,Tells how many parts you got,When you have parts,Parts of the whole,Fractions, fractions what you need to know...1/3 of a pie,1/3 of a bar,Thirds of different things are different sizes by far,But a third is a third,Big or small,It takes three thirds to make one whole!(It takes 3 thirds to make one whole, 1/3 then 2/3rds, then 3/3rds- that's one whole)Fractions, fractions,They're parts of a whole,Fractions, fractions,They're what I knowThey're equal pieces, They're parts of a pie,Fractions, fractions,They're alright!Numerator 'Never Under'On the top,D for Denominator, always Down,Numerator up,Denominator down,Fractions, fractions,Are all around!? pie,? square,1/4 + 3/4 make one whole right here!And a quarter is a quarter,Big or small,It takes 4 quarters to make one whole!Fractions, fractions,They're parts of a whole,Fractions, fractions,They're what I know...They're equal pieces, They're parts of a pie,Fractions, fractions,They're alright!
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