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Week commencing 8th February:
This week we are learning about division
Please complete a lesson every day. Our expectation is that you must do the first challenge, should also do the second challenge and could do the third challenge.
Lesson 1 - Monday
LO: To find and write unit fractions of a set of objects.
Click on the link below for a quick reminder about fractions.
Today we will be learning how to find and write unit fractions of a set of objects.
A unit fraction is a fraction where the numerator (the number on the top of the fraction) is 1.
The denominator (on the bottom) can be any other whole number.
A good way to remember it is by remembering that unit means 1!
Here are some examples of unit fractions: ½, ¼ and ¹⁄₁₀
Can you think of any other unit fractions?
Click on the link below to watch a video about finding unit fractions of a set of objects.
Please complete Unit 6, Week 2, Lesson 1
LO: To investigate non-unit fractions.
Can you remember what a unit fraction is?
Write down 3 unit fractions.
Today we will be learning about non-unit fractions.
A non-unit fraction is a fraction where the numerator is greater than 1. The denominator can be any whole number.
Here are some examples of non-unit fractions: ⅖, ⁷⁄₁₂ and ¾
Can you think of any other non-unit fractions?
Today's challenges involve writing fractions to describe fraction snakes.
Here is an example to help you before you start your tasks.
Please complete Unit 6, Week 2, Lesson 2.
Lesson 3- Wednesday
LO: To compare and order unit fractions and fractions with the same denominator.
Starter: Can you write fractions to describe the fraction snake below?
Today we are going to learn how to order unit fractions and fractions with the same denominator.
Click on the link below to find out more.
Please complete Challenge 1 and 2 of Unit 6, Week 2, Lesson 3.
Before you have a go at Challenge 3, click on the link below.
LO: To write fractions on a number line.
Order these fractions from the smallest to the largest.
4/9 8/9 2/9 5/9
Today we are going to learn how to write fractions on number lines.
Click on the link below for a short video.
Please complete Unit 6 Week 2, Lesson 4.
Have a look at this explanation of today's challenges if you get a little stuck.
Please log in to Mathletics to complete your set tasks on fractions.