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This interactive animated presentation demonstrates the representation of positive and negative fractions on a number line. Students are required to demonstrate their understanding by naming and locating fractions on the number line.

Test your understanding of fractions. Decide which one of a pair of fractions is larger, or if they are the same. Answer 9 or 12 questions, depending on your answers. Receive a report showing all of your answers. This assessment object is one in a series of two objects.

Test your understanding of fractions. Decide which one of a pair of fractions is larger, or if they are the same. Choose which strategy you used to compare the two fractions. Answer 9 or 12 questions, depending on your answers. Receive a report showing all of your answers and the strategies you chose. This assessment object ...

Test your understanding of fractions by creating pairs that would add up to a target number. Target numbers can be whole numbers, mixed numbers or improper fractions. For example, work out how many ninths and how many thirds to add together to reach twelve-ninths. There are six tasks to complete. View and print a report ...

This collection of 13 interactive learning objects is organised into four categories - introduction to fractions; naming fractions; fraction applications; and comparing and ordering fractions. The learning objects develop an understanding of the relationship between spatial, symbolic and written forms of a fraction. They ...

Use this resource with 'Comparing fractions: assessment' (L7736). First, see a profile of that assessment object, which gives you some helpful background information. Then follow clear guidelines on the interpretation of student input related to comparing fractions and deciding which pair of fractions is larger, or if they ...

Test your understanding of fractions by creating pairs that would add up to a target number. Target numbers can be whole numbers, mixed numbers or improper fractions. For example, work out how many eighths to add to five-fourths to reach one and three-quarters. There are eight tasks to complete. View and print a report ...

Explore ways of representing decimals using mathematical notation and visual tools. Match a decimal fraction between 0 and 1 such as 0.7. Adjust units on an area representation and a common fraction. Match three decimals with each tool.

Explore ways of representing decimals using mathematical notation and visual tools. Match a decimal fraction between 0 and 4 such as 2.6. Adjust two sets of units on a number line and a common fraction. Match three decimals with each tool. This learning object is one in a series of nine objects.

Explore ways of representing decimals using mathematical notation and visual tools. Match a decimal fraction between 0 and 4 such as 2.6. Adjust two sets of units on a range of visual scales and other representations. Work with a random selection of two of these representations: common fraction, number line, counting frame ...

Explore ways of representing decimals using mathematical notation and visual tools. Match a decimal fraction between 0 and 4 such as 2.6. Adjust two sets of units on a collection (represented by fishbowls) and adjust a common fraction. Match three decimals with each tool. This learning object is one in a series of nine objects.

Help a frog to jump along a number line. Estimate the finishing point on a number line, after adding or subtracting multiples of whole numbers to a starting number. For example, 255+(10 x 4) = 295. Explore the patterns made on a counting grid and number line. Identify counting rules that match the pattern of 'landing spots' ...

Help a frog to jump along a number line. Estimate the exact finishing point on a number line, after adding or subtracting multiples of tenths to a starting number. For example, 29.5+(12 x 0.2) = 31.9. Explore the patterns made on a counting grid and number line. Identify counting rules that match the pattern of 'landing ...

Use a tool to explore what happens when you change the numerals in a fraction. Compare two fractions and find out which is larger. For example, decide whether 4/3 is larger than 7/5. Build the two fractions. Compare the fractions on a number line. A handy tool for use on an interactive whiteboard.

Help a boy to hit a bullseye with his paper plane. Build two fractions that add up to a target number up to two. Complete the numerators of both fractions (one may have a fixed denominator). For example, work out how many thirds and how many sixths can be added together to total 4/3. Look at fraction bars and a number line ...

Explore ways of representing decimals using mathematical notation and visual tools. Match a decimal fraction between 0 and 1 such as 0.7. Adjust units on a range of visual scales and other representations. Work with a random selection of two of these representations: common fraction, number line, counting frame, dial, array ...

Help a frog to jump along a number line. Estimate the finishing point on a number line, after adding or subtracting multiples of hundredths to a starting number. For example, 1.72 + (11 x 0.07) = 2.49. Explore the patterns made on a counting grid and number line. Identify counting rules that match the pattern of 'landing ...

Use partially filled measuring cups to explore fractions: improper, mixed and equivalent fractions. For example, select six cups which are one-quarter full to balance one and a half cups. Or achieve an equivalent result by selecting three cups, which are half full.

This is a 16-page guide for teachers that provides an introduction to fractions. It covers ordering, the four basic arithmetic operations, cancelling, writing in simplest form, the use of the area model for multiplication and the use of the number line for ordering, adding and subtracting. A history of the development of ...

This is a set of information sheets dealing with fraction concepts, terminology and calculations. Students are presented with practice questions and have access to a short test to assess their learning. This resource is one of a series of online resources from the BBC's Bitesize collection.