Equivalent Fractions Tarsia Puzzle
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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Created: Oct 20, 2012

Updated: May 23, 2016

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