a. Putting fractions in order of size

b. Game: Greatest Fraction

c. Fraction race The racetrack can be straight or oval depending on materials available. Each division on the racetrack is 1/24. The length of the track can be as long as you wish.

d. Equal fractions living together These houses belong to fraction families:

e. Multiplying fractions. Look at these multiplications:

f. Practical division challenges

Here is a practical challenge for you to try: Divide 7 chocolate bars between 4 children so that all get an equal share.

Work this out with scrap paper and drawings only. Here is a sample of one of the drawings that you could try:

g. Game: Fraction families

h. Game: Fraction dominoes

Fraction dominoes:

Why do we have decimals?

a. Measuring lines

b. Visual decimals

c. Graph-like decimals

d. Standing long jump competition

e. Make a picture from a decimal

f. Decimal line

g. Realistic calculations

Find the average scores of the gymnasts below (A, B and C):