Creating a math working model for different types of fractions can be an engaging and educational project.

Here’s a simple and easy DIY (Do It Yourself) project to demonstrate various types of fractions using everyday materials:

**Materials Needed:**

- Colored paper or cardboard
- Scissors
- Glue or tape
- Markers
- Ruler
- Popsicle sticks or straws

**Types of Fractions to Represent:**

**Proper Fractions:**Fractions where the numerator is smaller than the denominator.**Improper Fractions:**Fractions where the numerator is equal to or greater than the denominator.**Mixed Fractions :**Whole numbers combined with proper fractions.

**Steps to Create the Math Working Model:**

**Step 1: Cut and Label Fractions:**

- Cut out rectangles or squares from colored paper or cardboard to represent fractions. Use different colors for visual appeal.
- Label each fraction with a numerator and denominator.

**Step 2: Create Whole Numbers:**

- Cut out larger rectangles or squares to represent whole numbers.
- Label these with whole numbers.

**Step 3: Proper Fractions:**

- Take a fraction piece with a smaller numerator and attach it to a cardboard.
- Label it as a proper fraction.

**Step 4: Improper Fractions:**

- Take a fraction piece with a numerator equal to or greater than the denominator.
- Attach it to cardboard .
- Label it as an improper fraction.

**Step 5: Mixed Numbers:**

- Combine the whole number pieces with the proper fraction pieces to create mixed numbers.
- Attach them to cardboard .

**Step 6: Arrange and Display:**

- Arrange your fraction pieces on a flat surface to display the different types of fractions.
- Use index cards or small cards to label each type for clarity.

**Step 9: Explanation:**

- Prepare a brief explanation or presentation to accompany your math working model.
- Discuss each type of fraction, how to identify them, and basic operations involving fractions.

This DIY math working model provides a hands-on and visual representation of different types of fractions, making it an effective Teaching-Learning Material (TLM) for understanding fundamental concepts in mathematics.