NES1.4: Describes halves, encountered in everyday contexts, as two equal parts of an object. Indicators:

Divide an object into two equal parts

Recognise and describe halves

Stage One

NS1.4: Describes and models halves and quarters, of objects and collections, occurring in everyday situations. Indicators:

Model and describe a half or a quarter of a whole object

Model and describe a half or a quarter of a collection of objects

Use fraction notation ½ and ¼

Stage Two

NS2.4: Models, compares and represents commonly used fractions and decimals, adds and subtracts decimals to two decimal places, and interprets everyday percentages. Indicators:

Model, compare and represent fractions with denominators 2, 4, and 8, followed by fractions with denominators 5, 10, and 100

Find equivalence between halves, quarters and eighths; fifths and tenths; tenths and hundredths

Model, compare and represent decimals to 2 decimal places

Add and subtract decimals with the same number of decimal places (to 2 decimal places)

Recognise percentages in everyday situations. Relate a common percentage to a fraction or decimal

Perform calculations with money

Stage Three

NS3.4: Compares, orders and calculates with decimals, simple fractions and simple percentages. Indicators:

Model, compare and represent commonly used fractions (those with denominators 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 100)

Find equivalence between thirds, sixths and twelfths

Express a mixed numeral as an improper fraction, and vice versa

Add and subtract simple fractions where one denominator is a multiple of the other

Multiply simple fractions by whole numbers. Calculate unit fractions of a number

Multiply and divide decimals by whole numbers in everyday contexts. Add and subtract decimals to three decimal places

Calculate simple percentages of quantities

Apply the four operations to money in real-life situations

Interactive Activities

Fraction Match

Fraction Match #2

Fraction Shoot Out

Fraction Sets

Cross The River

Fraction Flags

Find Grampy

Pizza Fractions

Pizza Party

Fraction Identification

Fraction Manor

Fraction Bridges

Triplets

Decention

Fractions Interactive Unit

Learn Fractions

Matching Pairs

Fraction Sequences

Place decimals on numberline

Comparing decimals and fractions

Interactive Fraction Wall

Ratio Martian (S3)

Ratio Blaster (S3)

Equivalent Fractions Interactive(S2-3)

< or > Decimals

< or > Fractions

Jelly Golf

Equivalence between fractions, decimals
& percentages

This notebook was designed for Stage 1 to introduce fraction concepts. Students are required to identfy shapes cut
into halves and quarters, to colour fractions of shapes and to identify fractions of a group.

Introduction to the 3 different types of fractions. S3

iPad Apps

Link

Cost

Description

Lite - FREE
Full - $0.99

Slice it!"Slice It!" is all about slicing shapes into pieces that are equal in size. Sound easy? It may start out that way,
but soon you'll be cutting shapes that will puzzle you like never before. On completion see the percentage you
cut each part into. A great way to learn about equal parts. From Stage 1 up.

FREE - $1.99

Equivalent Fractions Everyday MathsPlayers try to match equivalent fractions on cards showing halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths,
and twelfths. When cards are matched, they disappear and points are awarded. As cards disappear from the array,
the cards behind them become accessible. The game ends when all cards are matched or no more matches can
be made. Players earn extra points for making two or more matches in a row. Stage 2 up.

FREE

Chicken Coop FractionsIn this hilarious educational game you will be shown a fraction and your job is estimate the decimal equivalent by placing a nest on a number line. Our hens are mathematical experts and they will fire their eggs towards the correct answer. If your estimate is good the eggs will be caught in the nest but if you’re too far out it all gets very messy.

FREE

Fraction Fiddle
Build two fractions that add up to a target number up to two. Complete the numerators of both fractions (one may have a fixed denominator). For example, work out how many thirds and how many sixths can be added together to total 4/3. Look at fraction bars and a number line to compare the two fractions and their total. S3

FREE

Pizza FractionsPizza Fractions is a simple, visually-based introduction to fractions for primary school students. In chef's pizzeria
students master the concept of naming simple fractions using pizza picture examples. Stage 1 up.

FREE

CandyFactory Educational GameCandyFactory is an educational game that teaches the concept of fractions to upper primary students based on splittingoperations with partitioning and iterating. It consists of three levels: Level 1 teaches proper fractions as part-whole concept. Level 2 teaches proper fractions as whole concept. Level 3 teaches proper as well as improperfractions as whole concept.Stage 2 up.

FREE

Freddy Fraction Help Freddy find his way back home safely using fractions, decimals, and percentages to lead him back to his spaceship! Choose the space with the equivalent fraction to the listed decimal or percentage. Stage 3.

$0.99 - $1.99

Fractions. Smart PirateFour games in one: simple fractions, equivalents, comparison, addition. Simple fractions with denominators from 2 to 12 are randomly generated. Prompts are given at the beginning of every level. 3 different levels of difficulty in each game: Easy, Medium and Hard

Stage 2 - FractionsStudents design a rectangular flag, modelling and representing the following criteria:

it must have eight equal-sized sections

three eighths of the flag is blue, half of the flag is red and one eighth of the flag is yellow.

Students then design a different flag showing their knowledge of equivalent fractions and using the same fraction criteria as the first activity. Students are encouraged to approach the design and equivalent fraction representation in a different way in their second flag. A rubric and work samples are included.

| Outcomes & Indicators | Interactive Activities | Smart Notebook Lessons | iPad Apps | Assessment Task |

Outcomes & IndicatorsNES1.4: Describes halves, encountered in everyday contexts, as two equal parts of an object.Indicators:NS1.4: Describes and models halves and quarters, of objects and collections, occurring in everyday situations.Indicators:NS2.4: Models, compares and represents commonly used fractions and decimals, adds and subtracts decimals to two decimal places, and interprets everyday percentages.Indicators:NS3.4: Compares, orders and calculates with decimals, simple fractions and simple percentages.Indicators:Interactive Activities& percentages

Smart Notebook LessonsFileDescriptioninto halves and quarters, to colour fractions of shapes and to identify fractions of a group.

move around.

iPad AppsLinkCostDescriptionFull - $0.99

Slice it!"Slice It!" is all about slicing shapes into pieces that are equal in size. Sound easy? It may start out that way,but soon you'll be cutting shapes that will puzzle you like never before. On completion see the percentage you

cut each part into. A great way to learn about equal parts. From Stage 1 up.

Equivalent Fractions Everyday MathsPlayers try to match equivalent fractions on cards showing halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths,and twelfths. When cards are matched, they disappear and points are awarded. As cards disappear from the array,

the cards behind them become accessible. The game ends when all cards are matched or no more matches can

be made. Players earn extra points for making two or more matches in a row. Stage 2 up.

Chicken Coop FractionsIn this hilarious educational game you will be shown a fraction and your job is estimate the decimal equivalent by placing a nest on a number line. Our hens are mathematical experts and they will fire their eggs towards the correct answer. If your estimate is good the eggs will be caught in the nest but if you’re too far out it all gets very messy.Fraction FiddleBuild two fractions that add up to a target number up to two. Complete the numerators of both fractions (one may have a fixed denominator). For example, work out how many thirds and how many sixths can be added together to total 4/3. Look at fraction bars and a number line to compare the two fractions and their total. S3

Pizza FractionsPizza Fractions is a simple, visually-based introduction to fractions for primary school students. In chef's pizzeriastudents master the concept of naming simple fractions using pizza picture examples. Stage 1 up.

CandyFactory Educational GameCandyFactory is an educational game that teaches the concept of fractions to upper primary students based on splittingoperations with partitioning and iterating. It consists of three levels: Level 1 teaches proper fractions as part-whole concept.Level 2 teaches proper fractions as whole concept. Level 3 teaches proper as well as improperfractions as whole concept.Stage 2 up.

Freddy FractionHelp Freddy find his way back home safely using fractions, decimals, and percentages to lead him back to his spaceship! Choose the space with the equivalent fraction to the listed decimal or percentage. Stage 3.

Fractions. Smart PirateFour games in one: simple fractions, equivalents, comparison, addition. Simple fractions with denominators from 2 to 12 are randomly generated. Prompts are given at the beginning of every level. 3 different levels of difficulty in each game: Easy, Medium and HardAssessment TasksFileDescriptionStudents design a rectangular flag, modelling and representing the following criteria:Stage 2 - Fractions- it must have eight equal-sized sections
- three eighths of the flag is blue, half of the flag is red and one eighth of the flag is yellow.

Students then design a different flag showing their knowledge of equivalent fractions and using the same fraction criteria as the first activity. Students are encouraged to approach the design and equivalent fraction representation in a different way in their second flag. A rubric and work samples are included.