Fractions Use a bar or circle to represent, compare, and perform operations with fractions with denominators from 1 to 100. Choose the fraction model and number of equal parts. Use a color to select specific parts to show a fraction Read More …
Puzzle Pic Fractions – MathPlayground Match the fractions to complete the animal picture puzzle Information Drag the parts of the picture to the correct square. Use the shape clues and number lines to help you The shapes change to understand Read More …
Daily 10 Covers addition, subtraction, ordering, partitioning, digit values (place value), rounding, multiplication, division, doubles, halves and fractions. Designed for interactive whiteboard. For delivering 10 maths questions for mental maths practise. Can be timed or untimed Ideal for starter and Read More …
Virtual Pattern Blocks – NCTM Pattern blocks can be used for problem solving and reasoning with fractions as children investigate the relationships between various parts and wholes. Typically Yellow Hexagon = 1 whole Red trapezium = 1/2 Blue parallelagram = Read More …
Calculate Percent Fraction Decimal Starter. A spinner creates a random number. The class then have one min to multiply the value by percentages ,fractions or decimal values. Makes a great lesson starter to get brains active. Also provides discussion for Read More …
Percentage Fraction Decimal Grid Divide a square or circle up into a number of parts. The slices or rectangles can be painted various colors and these colors then represented as either decimals, fractions or percentages.
Fraction Wall Drag the numbers from the right onto the answers to the 13 times table. You can change the times table by clicking on a button.
Matching very simple fractions with shaded diagrams in a fun setting Lower KS2
13 ways of halving a square
Recognise halve, quarters, eighths of whole circles (flower heads)
Shade whole, half, quarter or three quarters of kite. Press F5 to refresh
Shade in the correct number of regions to equal the fraction given.
drag shapes to grid and make symmetrical patterns or show fractions – for all ages
division by sharing and fractions. yr 3/4
Find the fraction which when added to two others, creates a whole.
Identifying fractions of coloured shapes.
how do the fractions compare to a half?
Order the fractions from smallest to largest. Denominators are all different.
Identify fractions on numberline
Ordering fractions on a number line. Mixed denominators
draw radii to select sectors and fill in for given fraction, then place both in order on a number line
Matching pairs – fraction/decimals, sides and shape names, dots and numbers, improper and proper fractions and whole numbers
Add quarters or eighths, building continually over mixed numbers.
Finding fraction of a quantity broken down into interactive steps and shown on a number line
mental strategies for finding simple fractions of a number using their knowledge of multiplication and division facts. yr 3/4
One or two player game. Answer questions (fraction as operator on quantity) and click on leaf with answer on.
Fractions of quantities – sums!
Find fractions of quantities (coloured squares)
Sort according to < or > than half
Use the arrow key to increase sectors of circle and see equivalence
Use the arrow keys to change denominators then count parts in numerator. Check then combine.
In Melvin’s messy lab, players need to find matching potionbottles. The bottles can be matched using the information on theirlabels– equivalent fractions.
To stop Hacker, you must match up fractions that are represented three different ways.
Spot the fractions that are more, less or equal to a half
Fill in numerator or denominator to make fractions equivalent to the first
Coloured parts of rectangles to show equivalence
All common equivalents to common fractions – numerator ordenominators given
‘Cancel’ fractions – show in lowest terms – simplify – etc!
Add fractions to either side of the balance to find equivalent fractions or fraction addition
NNS Interactive Teaching Programme to show fraction equivalence.
Equivalent fractions using 2 bars, 2 pie charts, bar and Pie, and a game