Equivalent Fractions 2

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Click on the sectors to colour them. You should colour the number of sectors to match the given fraction. You can use any colour (except white or black) but you might like to show equivalent fractions in the same colour.

Click on the bricks in the walls to colour them. You should colour the number of bricks to show the given equivalent fractions. You can use any colour (except white or black).

There is an undo button if you make a mistake. Alternatively you could change the paint colour to white to eliminate unwanted regions.

Click the 'Check' button to see how well you are doing at any point as you are working through the diagrams. You can earn a Transum Trophy for getting at least 17 diagrams correct.

This activity could be followed up with the Equivalent Fractions Pairs Game.

There are many more fraction activities on the Transum website. Click on a link below.

Fraction Wall

The traditional fraction wall diagram showing the relationship between simple fractions.
The short web address is:
www.transum.org/go/?to=wall

Vinculum

Find fractions which are larger than the previous fraction but less than one.
The short web address is:
www.transum.org/go/?to=vinculum

Fraction Line

Arrange the fractions in order from smallest to largest.
The short web address is:
www.transum.org/go/?to=frl

Fractions Decimals Percentages

Revise the methods for converting fractions to decimals and percentages.
The short web address is:
www.transum.org/go/?to=fracdecpercent

There are also fraction Starters, videos, investigations and more activities on the Fractions Topic page.

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