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Welcome to our Maths page! This page will include any resources that may be useful to help with both school work and homework. 

This week, our focus is on: 





Equivalent Fractions

This video will show you how we have been finding equivalent fractions this week.

Comparing and Ordering Fractions with Different Denominators (fraction strips)

When we compare and order fractions we show we understand how big one fraction is, compared to another. This is very important when the denominators are different.

Compare & Order Fractions by Equivalency

You've done comparing and ordering of fractions by * fraction strips * numberline Now make equivalent fractions to discover relative size order. This is a much faster method!

Change an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number

These videos demonstrate how to change improper fractions into mixed numbers and the other way around.

Change a Mixed Number to an Improper Fraction

Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Quick review of how to add fractions when they have the same denominator (0:27 - 0:36) Demo of adding 2 fractions with different denominators, using fractions model diagrams. (0:46 - 1:33) Then, keeping that model in view, we dip into our Fractions Skill-kit and make a common denominator, and THEN we add.

Subtracting Mixed Numbers (2)

Next step: not so easy subtractions Here's what to do when you've got your common denominator and you find you have 3/10 and you have to subtract 8/10 from it! This skill completes your mixed number subtraction training, young Jedi.

Multiplying unit fractions and whole numbers


By the end of Year 4, the children should be secure in their times tables and division facts up to 12 x 12. If the children are unsure of any of these, we ask that they practise these as regularly as possible. We still practise these at school, using different games and chants.

In order to make better progress at school, we may sometimes issue extra homework for children that may need to practise skills learned. It would be helpful your children are supported with any extra homework given.