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Which subject | Mathematics |

What age group | Doesn't matter |

What topic | kesirler |

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Have you ever been ice-skating before? Imagine that you are at a skating rink, standing on the ice, looking at all the other skaters gracefully gliding across the surface.

Now imagine that instead of ice-skating, we are going to learn about fractions today. In this lesson, we will be exploring the concept of "kesirler" in Mathematics.

But before we dive in, let's warm up our minds and bodies with a fun activity. We are going to play a game called Fraction Skate.

To play this game, imagine that the skating rink is divided into sections. Each section represents a different fraction.

For example, one section could represent one-half, another could represent one-fourth, and so on.

To play the game, each student will take turns skating to a section of the rink. Once they arrive at their chosen section, they will need to tell the rest of the class the fraction that it represents.

For example, if a student skates to a section that represents one-third, they will need to say "one-third" out loud to the class.

Let's give it a try together!

Now that we have warmed up our minds and bodies, it's time to start learning about kesirler.

A fraction (kesir) is a way to represent a part of a whole. It tells us how many parts of a whole we have.

For example, if we cut a cake into four equal parts and take one of those parts, we can represent that as a fraction. In this case, the fraction would be 1/4, because we have taken one out of the four equal parts.

Fractions can be added, subtracted, multiplied and divided. Understanding kesirler (fractions) is fundamental in Mathematics and will assist you further in many other areas of Math as well.

So, are you ready to start exploring kesirler? Let's do this!