Fraction Wall

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Fraction Wall

Click on the bricks to colour them and use this button to the wall.

Use this chart to help answer questions involving fractions. The tenths row is also useful when thinking about fractions converted to decimals or percentages and vica versa.

Try one of our three versions of the fractions sorting activity. They can be used in different ways, by individuals or groups and with different levels of support.).

There are many more fraction activities, visual aids and lesson starters on our Fractions topic page.

"Here is another well-worn and time-honoured idea for a classroom display. A fraction wall provides pupils with a clear visualisation of equivalent fractions, something that many pupils struggle with in both Primary and Secondary schools. Bring out the artist in yourself to choose a colour scheme for the bricks and then share a photograph of your masterpiece!"

Transum,
Friday, October 19, 2018

 

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