Year 4

Year 4

# Adding fractions (with a total greater than one)

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will explore fractions that total one or greater than one using fraction bars to support understanding.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Calculate:
Eleven eighths
Eleven sixteenths
One quarter
Q2.
Calculate:
Four eighths
One whole
Three quarters
Q3.
Calculate:
Six thirds
Ten nineteenths
Ten ninths
Q4.
Calculate:
Four quarters
Ten eighths
Ten sixteenths
Q5.
Calculate:
Eight sevenths
Nine sevenths
Six sevenths

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
What is the sum of the fractions?
One and five sevenths
Correct answer: One and four sevenths
One and six sevenths
One and three sevenths
Q2.
Calculate:
One and four fiths
One and one fifth
One and three fifths
Correct answer: One and two fifths
Q3.
What is the total?
Correct answer: One and five elevenths
One and six elevenths
One and three elevenths
One and two elevenths
Q4.
What is the total?
One and four twelfths
Correct answer: One and one twelfth
One and three twelfths
One and two twelfths
Q5.
What is the total?
One and four tenths
One and one tenth
One and three tenths
Correct answer: One and two tenths