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# Maths

Monday 1st February

To convert mixed numbers to improper fractions

In this lesson you will learn how to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions, using visual representations to start with.

## Spr5.5.1 - Mixed numbers to improper fractions

Tuesday 2nd February

To complete number sequences involving fractions

In this lesson you will learn how to complete sequences of numbers involving fractions

## Spr5.5.2 - Number sequences

Wednesday 3rd February

To compare and order fractions which are less than 1

In this lesson you will learn how to compare and order fractions.

## Use page 1 for Wednesday lesson, and Page 2 for Thursday lesson

Thursday 4th February

To compare and order fractions less than 1

This lesson builds on yesterday's learning.  There is a video for you to watch, but the worksheet is page 2 of yesterday's worksheet.

## Spr5.5.4 - Compare and order fractions less than 1 (second part of worksheet)

If you found yesterday's lesson tricky, you might want to have a go at similar lessons on MyMaths.  The picture shows you where to find it on Mymaths.

Friday 5th February

To consolidate our learning on fractions

As it's Friday, we thought you would enjoy practising what you have learnt so far about fractions, using the games below!  Let us know how you get on!

Alternative activity

If you'd prefer to spend less time infront of a screen, why not create a poster all about fractions?  You could draw or photograph different fractions adding in information about them.  Have a look at the one Mrs Anderson has created below.

‘Children are captivated by their learning’, ‘The well-being of pupils is at the heart of the school’, ‘School is a calm place - pupils are polite, courteous and well-mannered’
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