Thanksgiving Fraction Equivalence (Grade 3)

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Thanksgiving Fraction Equivalence

1. 
Find the fraction that represents the number of hats to total objects.

Fall - Apple - SmallThanksgiving - Pilgrim Hat - SmallFall - Apple - Small

Which shaded model represents the same fraction?
  1. Triangle 0/3
  2. Triangle 1/3
  3. Triangle 2/3
 
2. 
Find the fraction that represents the number of hats to total objects.

Thanksgiving - Pilgrim Hat - SmallFall - Corn - Small

Which shaded model represents the same fraction?
  1. Circle 1/3
  2. Circle 1/4
  3. Circle 1/2
3. 
Find the fraction that represents the number of pies to total objects.

Thanksgiving - Pumkin Pie - SmallThanksgiving - Pumkin Pie - Small
Fall - Apple - SmallThanksgiving - Pumkin Pie - Small

Which shaded model represents the same fraction?
  1. Square 1/4
  2. Square 2/4
  3. Square 3/4
 
4. 
Find the fraction that represents the number of turkeys to total objects.

Thanksgiving - Turkey - SmallThanksgiving - Pilgrim Hat - Small
Thanksgiving - Pilgrim Hat - SmallThanksgiving - Turkey - Small

Which shaded model represents the same fraction?
  1. Rectangle 1/4
  2. Rectangle 2/4
  3. Rectangle 2/3
5. 
Find the fraction that represents the number of hats to total objects.

Fall - Apple - SmallThanksgiving - Pilgrim Hat - SmallThanksgiving - Pilgrim Hat - Small

Which shaded model represents the same fraction?
  1. Triangle 0/3
  2. Triangle 1/3
  3. Triangle 2/3
 
6. 
Find the fraction that represents the number of pies to total objects.

Thanksgiving - Turkey - SmallThanksgiving - Turkey - Small
Thanksgiving - Pumkin Pie - SmallThanksgiving - Turkey - Small

Which shaded model represents the same fraction?
  1. Circle 1/4
  2. Triangle 1/3
  3. Square 1/2

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