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Published: 26/06/2015
KS3
21 pages

Fractions - daily starter

A series of starters; great for Year 7 to help them retain knowledge on fractions. Each starter can be printed or used on an IWB. The answers are available on alternate slides. Number lines for mixed numbers and improper fractions are left blank for students to add their own scales.        

See other resources: Number | Transition | Fractions – equivalent, mixed and improper | Number work


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Camilla ClarksonCamilla Clarkson
Hi Sarah,

Thanks for your message. Non-subscribers have access to PDF versions of word documents rather than Powerpoint.

Hope this helps.
Camilla.
Posted on 4th March 2019
Sarah ThompsonSarah Thompson
I often print off single slides from ppt on other websites and when tutoring one to one can actually be very helpful and colourful! Especially when I dont have access to a large overhead screen. A PDF of powerepoints would be helpful.
Posted on 28th February 2019
zainab ibrahimzainab ibrahim
This was used as a starter for my year 7 and actually they cheered today when they saw it on the board! So thank you it is a very useful one.
Posted on 24th March 2017
Janet AnnettsJanet Annetts
A PDF of this resource would not be useless at all and could be quite useful in actual fact :-)

Posted on 3rd October 2016
Helen Kennedy, Teachit Maths EditorHelen Kennedy, Teachit Maths Editor
Hello Mia,

Non-subscribers have access to PDF versions of the Word documents. The PowerPoint resources of course would be useless as PDFs.


Helen
Posted on 24th March 2016
Mia Sebek-ReynoldsMia Sebek-Reynolds
Apparently, this is only for your subscribers, which I am not. How about you denoting clearly which resources are free to accesss for everyone, so we, non-subscribers don't have to waste our time? Much obliged, Mia
Posted on 19th March 2016

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