# Grade 4 Mathematics Video Lessons on Fractions

"Welcome to our Grade 4 Mathematics video lessons on the topic of fractions. In this course, we'll be covering everything you need to know about fractions, including how to show and write them, writing numerators and denominators, different types of fractions, and how to convert improper fractions to mixed fractions and vice versa.

We'll start by explaining the basics of fractions, including what numerators and denominators are and how they're used.

Then, we'll move on to different types of fractions, such as proper and improper fractions.

You'll learn how to convert improper fractions to mixed fractions and mixed fractions to improper fractions.

By the end of this video, you'll have a solid understanding of fractions and be ready to tackle more advanced concepts. So, sit back, relax, and let's dive into the world of fractions!"

Lessons (**13**)

- 1.
Complete each of the following: 1. There are ______ equal parts. 2. _____ parts are shaded. 3. Fraction represented by the shaded part is_______.

3m 16s - 2.
What fraction is shaded in each of the following?

3m 50s - 3.
Shade the fraction shown:

2m 26s - 4.
Write the numerator and the denominator in each of the following: a) #1/5# b) #2/3# c) #15/17#

1m 38s - 5.
In a birthday party, a cake was divided into eight equal parts. Njoroge ate three of the parts. Write the numerator of the fraction of the cake eaten by Njoroge?

1m 35s - 6.
A piece of sugarcane was cut into five equal parts. Jomo took two of the parts. Write the numerator of the fraction taken by Jomo?

1m 35s - 7.
Mutunga divided his piece of land into nine equal plots. He sold eight of the plots. What fraction of the land did he sell?

1m 8s - 8.
The list given shows some fractions: 1#1/2, 3/4, 5/3, 3/10#, 2#3/7, 12/5# a) The proper fractions are____,____ b) Improper fractions are____,____ c) Mixed fractions are____,____

3m 32s - 9.
The following is a list of fractions: 1#11/12, 12/10, 2/7# Which is the improper fraction, the proper fraction and the mixed fraction?

3m 3s - 10.
Using number 5, 6 and 7 form; a) Three proper fractions b) Three improper fractions c) Three mixed fractions

2m 57s - 11.
Convert each of the following into mixed fractions: a) #3/2# b) #7/4# c) #32/5# d) #28/9#

3m 13s - 12.
Complete the given number line:

4m 12s - 13.
Convert the following mixed fractions to improper fractions: a) 3#1/2# b) 1#3/4# c) 2#5/12# d) 3#2/5#

3m 26s