Understanding Fractions 2: Fraction families and equivalence

Understanding Fractions 2: Fraction families and equivalence

This is the second pack in a series called Understanding Fractions from TES Elements. This pack focuses on understanding why fractions are equivalent, in preparation for performing fraction calculations. Teaching Presentation: Fraction Families and Equivalence of Fractions - a Powerpoint that introduces key language and terminology Interactive games: (for use online) > Finding Equivalents - use the concept of fraction families to highlight sets of equivalents > Building Equivalent fractions - split a whole and colour in sections to show equivalence. > Spotting Equivalents - a multiple choice type game. Only allow the fractions that are equivalent through the gateway. > Making equivalent fractions - set the numerator and denominator to make an equivalent to the one given Printable resources: > Equivalence to half worksheet > Fraction families worksheet > Finding equivalence worksheer

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Understanding Fractions 4: Mixed numbers and improper fractions

Understanding Fractions 4: Mixed numbers and improper fractions

This is the fourth pack in a series called Understanding Fractions from TES Elements. The pack introduces the concepts of mixed numbers and improper fractions, helping pupils understand the equivalence between them, and learning how they can be converted between. Teaching Presentation: Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions - a Powerpoint that introduces key language and terminology Interactive tools: (for use online) These tools help demonstrate the concepts of mixed numbers and improper fractions and their relationship to each other. Several 'recording sheets' are provided to be used alongside these interactives, or as independent worksheets: > Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions > Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers Interactive games: (for use online) > Spotting mixed numbers > Spotting improper fractions Printable resources: > A set of recording sheets to be used alongside the Interactive tools > Recognising mixed numbers worksheet > Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions worksheet > Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers worksheet

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Understanding Fractions 1: Numerator and denominator

Understanding Fractions 1: Numerator and denominator

This is the first pack in a series called Understanding Fractions from TES Elements. This pack ensures pupils have a strong grasp on the concepts of numerator and denominator. Teaching Presentation: Numerator and Denominator - a Powerpoint that introduces key language and terminology Interactive games: (for use online) > Building fractions - split a whole into sections and colour in the given fraction > Making fractions - input the numerator and denominator of written fractions to create the shape fraction > Labelling fractions - label the fraction with its numerator and denominator Printable resources: > Unit fractions worksheet > Non-unit fractions worksheet

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Understanding Fractions 3: Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator

Understanding Fractions 3: Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator

This is the third pack in a series called Understanding Fractions from TES Elements. This pack introduces addition and subtraction of fractions with the same denominator. Pupils aren't expected to convert fractions (from improper to mixed, or vice versa) or simplify - both these concepts are tackled in later packs. Teaching Presentation: Adding and Subtracting Fractions - a Powerpoint that introduces key language and terminology Interactive games: (for use online) > Adding fractions (visual) - this game asks pupils to build a fraction to show the results of an addition > Adding fractions - solve addition calculations > Subtracting fractions (visual) - this game asks pupils to build a fraction to show the results of an addition > Subtracting fractions - solve addition calculations Printable resources: > Adding fractions > Subtracting fractions > Making a whole

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