Monday: During today's lesson we will be moving our learning on to Equivalent Fractions, take a look at the White Rose video link below to find out more about what equivalent means and how you can make your fractions equivalent to each other using your knowledge of multiplication and division
White Rose Video - Equivalent Fractions
Once you have watched the video please have a go at the worksheet attached - don't worry if you can't print it you can write the answers in your yellow maths book.
Tuesday: During today's lesson you will be learning how to simplify fractions, for this you will need your times tables knowledge to help you. Take a look at the video below to learn more about how to do this:
White Rose Video - Simplifying Fractions
Once you've had a practice with the different sections on the video then have a go at the questions on the worksheet below.
Wednesday: This lesson it's time to look at converting from improper fractions to mixed numbers - take a look at the video below and follow it by working out the improper fractions. Remember the line in the middle of the fraction just means divide and when you have done division in the past you have written remainders as fractions - this is exactly the same as that.
Improper Fractions to Mixed Number Video
Now you've had a practice take a look at the questions below.
Thursday: Now you've had a practice at converting from improper fractions to mixed numbers it's now time to work them the other way around from mixed numbers to improper fractions. Take a look at the video below to find out how to convert your mixed numbers to improper fractions.
Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
Now you've had a practice with the video it's time to have a go at the questions below.
Friday:Today's session is working with number lines, you will be looking at how fractions are placed on a number line. Be careful if you have different denominators make sure you make them all so they have the same denominator first before placing them on the number line. Watch the video below to see how you can do this.
Fractions on a Number Line Video
Now you've had a practice take a look at the work below.