# Fractions year 3

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In this board you will found all the material neceesary to understand and practice fractions

Learning Fractions This video teaches the mathematical principle of fractions in an easy to understand way for children and kids to learn. This video uses vi...

Five paper shapes, different sizes, each folded a number of times to represent varying fractions. The fraction size is marked on each folded section.

Game board showing one completely coloured fraction wall and one partially coloured fraction wall, and a completed record of the rolls and the colourings made.

Four horizontal strips of paper of equal length. First strip marked as one whole, the next folded in two and marked as halves, the next into quarters and the last into eighths.

Selection of grid transparencies with one pair overlaid and equivalent fractions recorded.

Two dice, one die displaying 1/4 and the other 5. One set of 5 cubes in one colour, three sets of 5 cubes in another colour to make a total of 20.

An equivalent fractions PowerPoint featuring a recap of previous Year 3 teaching on the topic. This resource comes with worksheets to monitor student progress.

This is an introductory video for a third grade math lesson on fractions.

One section of a patterned paper plate is covered by a section of a plain paper plate to visually represent a fraction.

Cards marked with equivalent fractions.

Getting comfortable with the basics

Two circles. On the left, a smaller circle divided into quarters, with one cut out and marked with 1/4. On the right, a larger circle divided into quarters, with one cut out and marked 1/4.

Three circular 'pancakes' made of modelling dough, each divided into four equal parts.

The addition of 2/3 and 1/6 to reach the target of 5/6, shown with fraction bars and a number line.

Fraction bars with corresponding fractions and a comparative fraction slider.