Year 5 Maths: Wednesday 15th July – Fractions Test / Maths Games

Good Morning! Today you will be recapping some of your fractions knowledge by completing a mini assessment! Feel free to recap your knowledge below using the following websites and videos.

I have put links to all our fractions skills blogs below to support you if you cannot remember and need a refresher!

  1. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/year-5-tuesday-31st-march-2020-fractions-sats-questions/
  2. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/year-5-monday-30th-march-lbq-fractions-questions-recap/#comments
  3. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/friday-27th-march-2020-comparing-fractions/
  4. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/thursday-26th-march-2020-representing-fractions/
  5. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/tuesday-24th-march-2020-converting-fractions/
  6. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/friday-20th-march-2020-equivalent-fractions/
  7. https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/year-5-fractions-classwork-19th-march-2020/

Remember each bar model must be equal in size when comparing!

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Examples of Bar Models

Do not forget to SIMPLIFY if possible for some answers. For example, 25/45 you do not need to do a bar model of 45 boxes! you can simplify 25/45 to 5/9 because 5 goes into both 25 and 45, so a bar model of 5/9 is perfect!

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Afterwards, follow the link on the school website, I want you to have a go at the year 5 and 6 Maths games involving all the four operations: Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction :)

54 thoughts on “Year 5 Maths: Wednesday 15th July – Fractions Test / Maths Games

  1. Fraction test:
    1. 1/2= 3/6
    2. I have done in my book.
    3. 10/35= 5/7
    4. 7/3= 2 ⅓
    5.13/5
    6. 13 7/10= 137/10
    5 ⅔= 20/3
    7. 4 ⅗= 23/5
    13/6= 2 1/6
    8. 1/2 > 1/3
    5/6 > 7/9
    4/9 < 1

  2. 1. 1/2=3/6
    2.
    3. 10/35=2/7
    18/27=2/3
    4. 7/3 as a mixed number is 2 1/3.
    5. 2 3/5 as an improper fraction is 13/5
    6. 13 7/10=137/10. 6 2/3=20/3
    7. 4 3/5=23/5 13/6=2 1/6
    8. 1/2>1/3
    5/6>7/9
    4/9<1
    9. Amie has the most juice left.
    10. 11÷3=3 2/3
    11. 1 1/2, 2 4/5, 2 7/10

  3. Fraction test:
    1) 1/2= 3/6

    2) I have done on paper

    3) 10/35= 5/7

    4) 7/3= 2 ⅓

    5) 13/5

    6) 13 7/10= 137/10

    5 ⅔= 20/3

    7) 4 ⅗= 23/5

    13/6= 2 1/6

    8) 1/2 > 1/3

    5/6 > 7/9

    4/9 < 1

    9) Amy has more drink left than Hassan.

    10) 11÷3= 4

    I have played maths games.

  4. 13. 7/10=20/10
    10. 2/3=20/3
    7/5
    2. 1/6

    1/2<1/3
    5/61

    They both have the same amount because they each drink 1 bit out of it so therefore they both ha e the same
    3. 2/3
    1 1/2
    2 4/5
    2 7/10

  5. Fraction test:
    1. 1/2= 3/6
    2. I have done in my book.
    3. 10/35= 5/7
    4. 7/3= 2 ⅓
    5.13/5
    6. 13 7/10= 137/10
    5 ⅔= 20/3
    7. 4 ⅗= 23/5
    13/6= 2 1/6
    8. 1/2 > 1/3
    5/6 > 7/9
    4/9 < 1
    9. Amy has more drink left than Hassan.
    10. 11÷3= 4 ⅓
    I have played maths games.

  6. 1.) 1/2=3/6
    3.) 5/7
    4.)2 1/3
    5.) 13/5
    6) 20/10
    7.) 8/5
    8.) 1/2>1/3
    9.) Hassan has the most as he has 1/4 and she has 1/6 left
    10.) 4 1/3

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