One page, 8 questions.
Students look at the diagrams and work out the equivalent fraction. 2/4, 4/8, 5/10 and 2/8.
Two pages, 22 questions.
Students look at the diagrams and work out the equivalent fraction. 3/6, 6/12, 3/12, 4/12, 8/12, 9/12, 2/12, and 2/6.
Two pages, 30 questions.
Diagram of fraction board. 8 questions revising that eg 1 = 4 quarters. Definition of terms ‘numerator’ and ‘denominator’. 22 questions using the fraction board to find equivalent fractions where the new denominator is given.
One page, twelve questions.
One page, 21 questions.
Finding equivalent fractions by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the same number. 9 questions multiplying the fraction by 2 and 12 questions multiplying the fraction by 3.
One page, 30 questions.
Students have to work out what a number has been multiplied by.
Students identify what the denominator has been multiplied by and then multiply the numerator by the same amount. This sheet relates directly to sheet M.1.7.2.10.300
Students identify what the numerator has been multiplied by and then multiply the denominator by the same amount.
Diagram of fraction board. 8 questions revising that eg 4 quarters = 1 whole. Definition of terms ‘numerator’ and ‘denominator’. 22 questions using the fraction board to find equivalent fractions where the new denominator is given.
One page, 18 questions.
Finding equivalent fractions by dividing the numerator and denominator by the same number. 9 questions dividing the fraction by 2. 6 questions dividing the fraction by 3. 3 questions dividing the fraction by 4.
Students have to work out what a number has been divided by.
Students identify what the denominator has been divided by and then divide the numerator by the same amount. This sheet relates directly to sheet M.1.7.2.20.300
Students identify what the numerator has been divided by and then divide the denominator by the same amount.
For each pair of fractions students change the first fraction so it has the same denominator as the second fraction. Students then compare the fractions and circle the biggest fraction.
One page, 16 questions.
For each set of numbers, students find a common multiple (each set includes a common multiple) and write the multiplication sums underneath.
For each set of fractions, make the denominators the same. This sheet relates directly to M.1.7.2.30.200
Definition of Lowest Common Multiple. Then finding the LCM of sets of numbers.
For each set of fractions find the LCM and then change the fractions so their denominators are the same. This sheet relates directly to M.1.7.2.30.400
One page, 15 questions.
Dividing the numerator and the denominator by the same number.
One page, 14 questions.
Simplifying fractions to their lowest equivalent form.
One page, 22 questions.
Simplifying fractions to their lowest equivalent form. 10 easy questions, 12 harder questions.