How do you teach equivalent fractions fun?

Fun Ways to TEACH Equivalent Fractions

  1. Teaching with Food.
  2. Interactive notebook for teaching equivalent fractions with models.
  3. Interactive notebook for teaching equivalent fractions with number lines.
  4. Fraction Tiles by Math Coach’s Corner.
  5. Fractions on a Number Line.
  6. Pattern Blocks Task Cards.

How do you find equivalent fractions BBC Bitesize?

What are equivalent fractions?

  1. Sometimes fractions can be simplified into smaller ones.
  2. These fractions are said to be equivalent.
  3. You can multiply the numerator and denominator in the smaller fraction, by the same number, and get the first fraction back.

How do you make equivalent fractions?

How to Find Equivalent Fractions. Multiply both the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the same whole number. As long as you multiply both top and bottom of the fraction by the same number, you won’t change the value of the fraction, and you’ll create an equivalent fraction.

How do you work out equivalent fractions for Year 5?

How to work out equivalent fractions. So, 3/5 = 6/10 = 9/15 = 12/20. Another way to find equivalent fractions is to divide both the numerator and the denominator of the fraction by the same number – this is called simplifying fractions, because both the numerator and denominator digits will get smaller.

Which of these fractions is equivalent to frac 3 5?

Decimal and Fraction Conversion Chart

Fraction Equivalent Fractions
3/5 6/10 9/15
4/5 8/10 12/15
1/6 2/12 3/18
5/6 10/12 15/18

How do I introduce equivalent fractions at KS2?

This pack of resources is ideal for introducing equivalent fractions at KS2. There’s a variety of materials to ease children into the topic and to then test their understanding, including: Equivalent fractions display poster: This lovely poster has lots of great reference material for you and your students.

What are equivalent fractions?

– BBC Bitesize What are equivalent fractions? What are equivalent fractions? Sometimes fractions can be simplified into smaller ones. These fractions are said to be equivalent.

How do you add 2 and 3 as equivalent fractions?

You use equivalent fractions to make them the same. A common multiple of 2 and 3 is 6. So, for each fraction we need an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 6. Now you can add these together. Level up now!

What fraction has a common multiple of 2 and 3?

A common multiple of 2 and 3 is 6. So, for each fraction we need an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 6. Now you can add these together. Level up now! Take on the latest primary games on Bitesize.