**WALT:**

Identifies common equivalent fractions in familiar contexts.

**WILF:**

**All**will be able to models and represents fractions with shapes, objects and collections.

**Most**will be able to identify equivalent fractions using materials and pictures.

**Some**will be able to identify common equivalent fractions using number form

On your whiteboard:

What are the fractions shown below?

What are the fractions shown below?

With your partner:

Create a visual representation of a fraction.

Show your partner.

Your partner writes the fraction using numbers.

Create a visual representation of a fraction.

Show your partner.

Your partner writes the fraction using numbers.

**Exit Ticket:**

Draw something on your whiteboard that represents the fraction 4/5.

What is a fraction?

What is a denominator?

What is a numerator?

What does the word equivalent mean?

Write down two equivalent fractions.

What is a denominator?

What is a numerator?

What does the word equivalent mean?

Write down two equivalent fractions.

## Everyone has a card.

You need to find your fraction team.

Members in your team need to have an equivalent fraction.

How quick can you form your teams?

Can you beat your time?

**Fractions on a number line.**

**Fractions on a number line.**

**WALT:**

How to plot fractions on a number line.

**WALT:**

All of us will be able to locate 1/2 and 1/4 on a number line.

Most of us will be able to create our own number line using 1/2 and 1/4.

Some of us will create our own number lines and use it to recognise equivalent fractions.