Yesterday, we used pictures and fraction walls to help us find equivalent fractions. Today you will learn a method to help you calculate equivalent fractions, without needing the pictures or the fraction wall to help.
I would like everyone to complete Sheet 1 today (questions 1-4. Sheet 2 (questions 5-9) is today's challenge activity as these questions are a little trickier. See how you get on.
If you find the main worksheet a bit tricky, use the basic practice sheet below. This is a slightly simplified version that focuses on the key skill of multiplying to find an equivalent fraction. Remember: Whatever you do to the top, you have to do to the bottom!