This resource is a homework sheet based around Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers. It has been differentiated 3 ways and is aimed roughly at a Year 5 or 6 class. I have used this resource with Year 5. Answers are included for each sheet.
The homework covers:
Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers
Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions
Completing missing number questions
Using < , > or = to compare fractions and mixed numbers
Solving worded problems
This resource could also be used as part of a lesson.
A Year 5 homework sheet based on equivalent fractions. It is aimed at middle ability children, however activities for the LA and HA are available.
The sheet covers; writing equivalent fractions using a diagram, identifying the odd one out, filling in the missing numbers,and solving worded problems. It moves through fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions.
If used as part of a lesson, then I would estimate that it would take 30-45 minutes to complete.
These are an update of one my resources for the Grid Multiplication method. Children are completing fluency and reasoning questions before moving onto worded problems. The worksheets are differentiated and aimed at a Year 3 class.
I can use the grid method to multiply.
I have created a follow on resource for this (link below). It looks at using the grid method to multiply by 3, 4 and 8.
This is a Comparing Fractions activity, aimed at Upper Key Stage 2 children. The activity is differentiated for HA, MA and LA children. Children will use bar modelling to compare fractions, before moving onto using < , > or =. Children will then move onto reasoning questions and missing number problems. I found it beneficial for the LA children to complete a more visual style activity (e.g. one using circles to show the comparisons before moving onto this task).
Children will need to understand how to find the common denominator in order to complete this activity. In addition, HA children will need to be able to order fractions.
I can compare fractions.
This resource is aimed at Year 3 children, who are learning how to multiply using the Grid Multiplication method. This worksheet covers 3x, 4x and 8x. Another sheet covers worded problems for the HA children.
Learning Objective: I can use the grid method to multiply two-digit numbers by 3, 4 and 8.
This is a Multiplying Fractions (by a whole number) activity, aimed at Upper Key Stage 2 children. The activity is differentiated for HA, MA and LA children. Children will be adding and subtracting fractions (as a recap), before moving onto multiplying fractions by whole numbers (and converting the answer to a mixed number). Children will then move onto similar activities involving, comparing, ordering and converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers (and vice versa). HA children will be completing missing number questions.
Children will need to understand how to find the common denominator, compare fractions, order fractions and convert from improper fractions to mixed numbers (and vice versa), in order to complete this worksheet. This activity does not cover multiplying fractions by fractions, only multiplying a fraction by a whole number.
I can multiply fractions by a whole number.
This resource is aimed at a Year 3 class studying Grid Multiplication. Children are completing fluency and reasoning questions before moving onto worded problems. The worksheets are differentiated 3 ways for HA, MA and LA children.
This resource is intended to follow on from one of my other resources covering 3x and 4x. (link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/grid-multiplication-mastery-questions-3x-and-4x-12046956)
The Learning Objectives covered by this resource are:
I can use the grid method to multiply by 3 and 4.
I can use the grid method to multiply by 3, 4 and 8.
This activity is aimed at a Year 5 class covering the conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. The worksheets are differentiated for HA, MA and LA pupils. Children will be completing missing numbers questions and using the symbols <, > or = to compare improper fractions and/or mixed numbers to each other.
A possible learning objective could be:
I can convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers.
Here are a few column addition questions aimed at a Year 3/4 class. I used this for an interview lesson so there are only a few questions for each level. The sheets are differentiated, with the Silver and Gold sheets requiring children to complete missing number questions.
Learning Objective: I can use the column method of addition.
These are a differentiated set of Grid Multiplication worksheets. They are aimed at Year 3 class. This could be used as a simple starter, lesson activity or revision task. I used this as during the first lesson of teaching the grid method, so that the children to develop fluency with 3x and 4x.
I can use the grid method to multiply by 3 and 4.
This activity is aimed at a Year 5 class, who are studying adding and subtracting fractions. It is differentiated for the HA, MA and LA children. All worksheets are aimed at the mastery approach, with fluency and reasoning questions. I have used these with a Year 5 class.
Answers are included. An example learning objective for the lesson would be:
I can add and subtract fractions.