## Gatcombe Park Primary School

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# 27th April - 1st May

Daily Lessons

This week, we are going to learn about fractions. Remember starting this topic in class? We looked at lots of different ways to represent fractions. Now, you are going to move on to exploring equivalent fractions.

There are five lessons on this page for you to work through. When you've completed them, have a go at the quiz at the bottom to see how you got on. Don't worry about whether you're answers are right or wrong, just have a go! Only I (Miss Jones) will be able to see your answers!

Once you've finished these, have a go at Gareth Metcalfe's problem-solving lessons if you are after a challenge!

## 1. Develop understanding of equivalent fractions through quantity, area and number line models

The first lesson on fractions, aimed at Year 5 and 6 pupils, in a series produced during the school closures period in summer 2020.

## 2. Develop understanding of equivalent fractions through measuring and pouring context

The second lesson on fractions, aimed at Year 5 and 6 pupils, in a series produced during the school closures period in summer 2020.

## 3. Use the relationship between the numerator and denominator to identify equivalent fractions

The third lesson on fractions, aimed at Year 5 and 6 pupils, in a series produced during the school closures period in summer 2020.

## 4. Scale the numerator and denominator by the same factor to produce equivalent fractions

The fourth lesson on fractions, aimed at Year 5 and 6 pupils, in a series produced during the school closures period in summer 2020.

## 5. Practise seeing both vertical and horizontal relationships in the context of equivalent fractions

The fifth lesson on fractions, aimed at Year 5 and 6 pupils, in a series produced during the school closures period in summer 2020.

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