Mental Maths Focus this week is Times tables and the Division Equivalents.
For example :
In order to strengthen your work on fractions please try the interactive task below:
*Some of your work this week may require you to draw out diagrams from the page, please take time and draw them carefully and with a ruler when necessary*
Your work for Monday in Tuesday will involve comparing fractions and finding two that are the same.
With fractions, the number on top is the numerator and the number on the bottom is the denominator.
Although two fractions may have different denominators, by using the diagrams on the work sheet you should be able to compare the different fractions.
Please check out the link below for further explanation:
ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS
When adding or subtracting fractions, both fractions must have the same denominator.
When both denominators are the same you simply add or subtract the numerator.
Please follow the link below for further explanation:
If the fractions have two different denominators, you must find a common denominator for each fractions.
Please follow the link below for further information on how to add or subtract fractions with different denominators: