I'm a PPA teacher currently delivering Computing to the whole school that I work in. My resources are made for me usually, but sometimes I get asked to develop stuff for other people. I'm happy to make spreadsheets in particular!
This puzzle comprises 18 sets of equivalent fractions spread over 16 equilateral triangles. These go together to make one large equilateral triangle. The solution is provided.
I feel this activity would be appropriate for Years 5 and 6 although I have created it for use with my Year 6 class.
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