Q: How do you teach fractions to a 2nd grader?

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less than 60 pounds

because they need to teach student and they also use it by adding up fractions and other sorts

All you have to do is convert either the fractions to decimals or the decimals to fractions. If you do not know lets say what one sixth is, just divide 6 by 100 on a calculator and round it. 100/6=16.6666666 so just round to 16.6, but since 100= 1 in decimals to fractions write it 0.16. hope i helped! Seventh grade intensified mathematician PS this math is for fifth and sixth grader and if you didn't know the answer you could have looked in your math textbook.

The tallest 1st grader would be about 5'1. ( The tallest 6th grader would be about 5'10 tho)

use multiplication -- take the product of the two fractions. For example, you want 1/4 within 1/5. Ans = (1/4)*(1/5) = 1/20.

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He is to shy to talk to you thats how u know a 2nd grader likes you

Yes, unfortunatly I have never figured out how. But I have seen dogs that can add, subtract, multiply, divide, and find square roots, at about the level that a 1st or 2nd grader would be doing.

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You can if you wish. But once the fifth-grader turns 18, the relationship cannot continue until the second-grader is 18. Which is 3 years. So, ask yourself, is it worth it?

There are many different concepts you can teach. You can teach anything, but you have to take in mind your audience. A group of infants are not going to understand algebra for example.

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where there is water ........ a 2nd grader would know that

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