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Ordering Fractions

Drag the fractions in order from lowest to highest values. If you aren't sure check them out in the testing room first.

Pupils

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10-11 year olds
What Fraction?

A IWB teaching resource for helping children to understand fractions of amounts. This resource has attractive sets of images which can be changed to represent different fractions. Intended for oral work.

Teachers

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6-11 year olds
Match Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

A matching game which can help you to recognise equivalence of fractions, decimals and percentages. Displays well on interactive whiteboard.

Teachers

Tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Pizza Fractions

A teaching resource which is useful for finding fractions of amounts of UK money. It works well on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers

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7-11 year olds
Egg Fractions

Various fraction related activities such as ordering, matching, sharing amounts and more designed around the theme of eggs. They work very well on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Fraction Beach

Build a sandcastle at the beach by using your knowledge of fractions. A good game where you will get a bucket of sand for each correct answer.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Fractions Bingo

An excellent teaching resource for enabling children to practice working with fractions. Designed for use on an interactive whiteboard this range of games will engage pupils. Good for mental maths sessions and for KS2 SATs revision.

Teachers

Not tablet-friendly

8-11 year olds
Visual Fractions

A good site to help you understand and use fractions.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-14 year olds
Fraction Flags

Here you can design a flag to match various fractions. Look carefully at the colours you need to use. It can help you to understand equivalent fractions.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Equivalent Fractions

Fractions equivalence games devised round the BBC characters Dick and Dom. Rather rude noises at times!

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

10-11 year olds
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