We have been learning about fractions and here is a chance to show some of your learning. How many different ways can you show your number? 1. 2. Select one of the numbers and circle it. 3. How many different ways can you show your number? if you need to. 4. Remember to show and explain your thinking ( of materials, : mic:). Remember... you can draw pictures to show your thinking!
Based on a question from 'Open Ended Maths Activities', revised edition. By Peter Sullivan and Pat Lilburn. Note if students understand 2/3 as part of a whole or part of a length and as part of a collection. Do they use a range of materials to represent it?