Year 4
Year 4

Recognising equivalent fractions

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will use fraction bars to help us recognise equivalent fractions.

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4 Questions

Q1.
Look at the picture. What fraction of children are wearing a spotty t-shirt?
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One eighth
One half
Two quarters
Correct answer: Two eighths
Q2.
What fraction is NOT shaded?
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Five eighths
Five tenths
Correct answer: Three eighths
Three tenths
Q3.
What fraction is shaded?
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Eight twelfths
Four eighths
Four quarters
Correct answer: Four twelfths
Q4.
What fraction is shaded? How could we write this as a unit fraction?
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One fifth
One half
One quarter
Correct answer: One third

5 Questions

Q1.
Which of these fractions is equivalent to one half?
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One quarter
One whole
Three quarters
Correct answer: Two quarters
Q2.
Which fraction is equivalent to three quarters?
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Eight eighths
Four eighths
Correct answer: Six eighths
Three eighths
Q3.
Which fraction is equivalent to one whole?
Correct answer: Four quarters
One quarter
Three quarters
Two quarters
Q4.
Which fraction is not equivalent to one half?
Five tenths
Correct answer: Three quarters
Three sixths
Two quarters
Q5.
Which fraction is equivalent to six ninths?
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One third
Three sixths
Two sixths
Correct answer: Two thirds