In Indiana state standards have placed high priority on fraction concepts across the elementary grade levels. Whole number concepts such as the relationships between tens and ones, rounding numbers, utilizing estimation skills, and decomposing large numbers are frequent topics covered in classrooms. Yet, number sense doesn’t stop with whole numbers. Fractions, decimals, and percents are numbers, too! It may seem odd to pair geometry standards in kindergarten through second grade with number sense standards in Grades 3-6; however, the kindergarten, first, and second grade standards of partitioning shapes is a precursor for work with fractions in Grades 3-6. In those grades, students build on this knowledge to conceptualize fractions as part of a whole or part of a set, understand the concept of equivalence, and extend this knowledge into mixed numbers, decimals, and percents.