Concepts covered: Like Fractions, Common Denominator, Equivalent Fractions, Reduced Fraction, Lowest Terms (or Simplest Form), The Cancellation Method, The GCF Method, and Higher Form.

Video is in song form and shows how to compute equivalent fractions and why you would need to do this. Video gives good examples what equivalent fractions are. (03:21)

This video about equivalent fractions includes a black screen where the instructor, in his conversational tone, uses it as a 'chalkboard.' Different colors and pictures are used for clarification. (04:50)

These are fractions that mean the same amount, but different numbers. This video gives excellent examples and visuals of equivalent fractions. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review fractions in the classroom. (3:04)

This video features a teacher explaining how to find equivalent fractions. She explains the process of multiplying the first fraction by another with containing the same numerator and denominator. She explains that this is the same as multiplying b...y one. ( 1:54)[more]

We can test if two fractions are equivalent by cross-multiplying their numerators and denominators. The cartoon animation in this video uses very simple pictures and examples to help explain equivalent fractions. The problems become more difficult t...owards the end of the video. (03:47)[more]

This short video enables to viewer to understand equivalent fractions. The instructor uses computer software to illustrate his points. Suitable for fourth-grade students and older.

In this teacher-created video, the instructor explains how to find the lowest common denominator of three fractions. The teacher then explains how to rewrite the three fractions as equivalent fractions using the lowest common denominator. ( 2:56)

A fraction is a number that can represent a part of a whole. This video shows students different examples of equivalent fractions. Equivalent fractions are equal to one another. An animated story about gold bars is shown. This is a great resource to ...introduce and/or review fractions in the classroom. (4:44)[more]

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