Not so fast with the clicking!
That is not the next smallest value.
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Arrange the fractions in order from smallest to largest.
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Find fractions larger than the previous fraction but less than one.
This is yet another activity for those wishing to develop their numeracy skills and knowledge of units. There are eight different levels and each challenge is created from random numbers every time the page is loaded in a browser so you are very unlikely to get the same challenge twice.
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Level 1: Pounds - Order ten different amounts of money given as pounds or pence
Level 2: Dollars - Order ten different amounts of money given as dollars or cents
Level 3: Euros - Order ten different amounts of money given as Euros or cents
Level 4: Weights 1 - Order ten different weights given in grams and kilograms
Level 5: Lengths 1 - Order ten different lengths given in milimetres, centimetres and metres
Level 6: Lengths 2 - Order ten different lengths given in milimetres and centimetres where the lengths are not always in the most appropriate units
Level 7: Weights 2 - Order ten different weights given in grams and kilograms and the weights are not always in the most appropriate units
Level 8: Lengths 3 - Order ten different lengths given in milimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometers and the lengths are not always in the most appropriate units
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See the National Curriculum page for links to related online activities and resources.