Year 3

# Fractions: parts and wholes

## Lessons (10)

• In this lesson, we will learn about fractions through the context of part and whole modelling. We will practise using the terms 'part' and 'whole' correctly in sentences to model fractions.
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• In this lesson, we will continue to learn about fractions through the context of part and whole. We will also think about whether stating that a part is smaller than the whole is true or false.
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• In this lesson, we will explore the concept of 'equal' and 'unequal' parts demonstrated through a rectangle separated into parts.
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• In this lesson, we will explore the concept of 'equal' and 'unequal' parts demonstrated through three strips of paper. We will look at shapes and decide if they have been separated into equal or unequal parts.
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• In this lesson we wil think about a set of objects as a whole, split them into parts and work out if they are equal or unequal.
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• In this lesson, we will compare the size of parts using the language 'smaller and 'larger'. This will be demonstrated through filling glasses with water
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• In this lesson, we will explore the concept that the size of the part is relative to the size of the whole using familiar concepts, such as filling glasses or containers with liquid.
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• In this lesson, we will consider part and whole relationships within the context of quantity models.
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• In this lesson, we will work out how many equal and unequal parts the whole has and if we can build a whole once we know a part.
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• In this lesson, we will investigate the ways we can build a whole once we know the size of one equally divided part..
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