Equivalent fractions have different numerators and denominators but represent the same value.
- Review times tables and common multipliers.
- Calculate equal fractions by multiplying.
- Review division facts and common factors.
- Calculate equal fractions by dividing.
The pupil completing this workbook will be able to:
- Recognise equivalent fractions by seeing similarities in the diagrams.
- Identify equivalent fractions from the diagrams.
- Detect relationships between times tables, division facts and the equivalent fractions.
- Express a smaller number as a fraction of a larger one.
This workbook will help to build the knowledge and skills expected to match the new National Curriculum for years 4 and 5. Although, pupils in years 6, 7, 8 and 9 can also benefit from this workbook because they can use it as a refresher.
The mathematical tasks in equivalent of fractions workbook enables the pupils to:
- deepen their understanding of the concepts of equivalent fractions,
- develop techniques to solve problems related to equivalent fractions,
- review and revise common factors,
- review and revise common multipliers.
It is best to use these workbooks from beginning to end.