A fraction simply tells us how many parts of a whole we have. A fraction is recognized by the slash that is written between the two numbers. The students of Grade 3 from Presidium learned fractions through experiential learning. They identified the numerator and learned that fraction is always written with one number on top of a line and another number underneath that line. Young minds were also engaged in an activity to have a first-hand experience. They folded sheets in different shapes like circular, rectangular and triangular in a way to show their fractional parts. They enjoyed learning fractions by using models, which gave a visual representation.