# Fractions – equivalent, mixed and improper

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The Farey sequence of fractions
An investigation: Reducing fractions to their lowest terms, ordering  … read more
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Fraction Diagrams Bookmarks
These bookmarks can be used to help students draw correct and  … read more
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Galileo’s sequence of odd numbers
Geometric and arithmetic sequences, patterns and equivalent fractions.  … read more
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Fractions practice
This sheet can be used to revise, practice and develop concepts  … read more
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Ordering fractions and decimals
A mixed selection of ordering decimals into ascending and descending  … read more
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Fractions recap
A challenge whereby pupils can choose, or be directed to attempt  … read more
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Fractions review sheet
A review sheet covering many techniques needed when working with  … read more
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Fractions
Worksheet to practise a variety of fractions skills. Appropriate  … read more
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Calculator homework sheet: fractions
A sheet to practise fraction techniques on the calculator. Useful  … read more
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Rules of fractions
Some basic rules for manipulating fractions. Suitable for lower  … read more
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How to arrange fractions in ascending order on a grid
An interesting geometrical approach to ordering fractions.  … read more
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Fractions - daily starter
A series of starters; great for Year 7 to help them retain knowledge  … read more
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Equivalent fractions puzzle path
Decipher the final task by deciding if each pair of fractions  … read more
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Improper fractions code breaker
Decipher a groan-inducing joke by finding the missing top-heavy  … read more
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Simplifying fractions code breaker
Cancel down each fraction to find its simplest form, then substitute  … read more
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Simplifying fractions Jigsaw
Match the equivalent fractions to complete the jigsaw. You could  … read more
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Equivalent, mixed and improper fractions - follow on cards
Match the questions with their answers to create a chain of dominoes.  … read more
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