Teach your child fractions
Help support your child's maths learning at home with a practical, targeted eBook. Fractions topics covered include finding fractions of objects and quantities, equivalent fractions, comparing and ordeing fractions, mixed numbers and fractions, simplifying fractions and multiplying and dividing fractions. As well as parents' notes on the theory your eBook contains lots of practical activities and games to help your child practise what they're learning at home.
Teach your child fractions is a reference guide and home-teaching kit which will help you understand exactly what fractions skills your child is expected to have mastered in each year of the primary school curriculum.
Primary school teacher and parent Alice Hart has compiled information, tips and activities to ensure that you have the right information at your fingertips so you can quickly make sure your child has fully grasped and achieved each and every skill for their correct year group and using the same methods that they are taught (rather than confusing them with the one you were taught at school!). You'll be able to print off highly targeted and child-friendly fun worksheets to help them master each of the essential skills as they progress through school – in fun, five-minute sessions.
In Teach your child fractions, you’ll discover:
- The vocabulary/terminology your child is being taught at school, so you can use the same concepts at home.
- An explanation of the methods they’re taught to use so you don’t end up doing more harm than good by trying to teach them in a different way.
- Why it is so important to talk to your child about their learning so that they understand that feeling nervous or confused about maths is normal and something you can overcome together.
- What children are taught
- Key fractions vocabulary
- Some general tips to help your child
Worksheets and games
- Fractions in Reception
- Fractions in Y1
- Fractions in Y2
- Fractions in Y3
- Fractions in Y4
- Fractions in Y5
- Fractions in Y6
- Worksheet answers