# Math

The Michigan Learning Channel provides supplemental math support for Kindergarten through 3rd Grade that are aligned with Michigan educational standards.

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• Fractions and Whole Numbers Math3rd Grade

## Fractions and Whole Numbers

Math MightsLesson 314

Join Ms. Askew for a Mystery Math Mistake. Can you find her subtraction mistake? Next we'll use number lines to learn more about fractions that are whole numbe…

• Equivalent Fractions Math3rd Grade

## Equivalent Fractions

Math MightsLesson 315

Join Ms. Askew for a Mystery Math Mistake. Can you find her division mistake? We'll use number lines, fraction strips, and area models to find equivalent fract…

• Equivalent Whole Numbers as Fractions Math3rd Grade

## Equivalent Whole Numbers as Fractions

Math MightsLesson 316

Join Ms. Askew for a Mystery Math Mistake. Can you find her division mistake? D.C is going to help us understand how to decompose fractions to make a whole num…

• Fraction Number Lines Math3rd Grade

## Fraction Number Lines

Math MightsLesson 311

Join Ms. Askew for a Mystery Math Mistake. Can you find her multiplication mistake? Next we'll use number lines to learn more about fractions!

• Locate Unit Fractions Math3rd Grade

## Locate Unit Fractions

Math MightsLesson 312

Join Ms. Askew for a Mystery Math Mistake. Can you find her multiplication mistake? Next we'll use number lines to learn more about fractions!

• Locate Non-Unit Fractions Math3rd Grade

## Locate Non-Unit Fractions

Math MightsLesson 313

Join Ms. Askew for a Mystery Math Mistake. Springlinng needs your help! Next we'll partition, locate and label non-unit fractions on number lines!

• Name the Parts of Fractions Math3rd Grade

## Name the Parts of Fractions

Math MightsLesson 307

Join Ms. Askew for a division word problem with her friend Professor Barble. Next, get ready to start to explore fractions by learning about partitioning parts…

• Describe Parts of Fractions Math3rd Grade

## Describe Parts of Fractions

Math MightsLesson 308

Join Ms. Askew for a division word problem with her friend Professor Barble. Next, to see if you use fraction language to describe fractions (partition, equal …