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Fractions (Halves, Thirds, Quarters)

What is a Fraction?

Fractions Vocabulary

Adam Up Maths - Fraction Terms Song

The Number Crunchers explain which part of the fraction is the numerator and which is the denominator.

Recognise, name and write fractions | Half, Thirds, Quarters | Fractions for Year 2

In this video we learn how to recognise, name and write the fractions 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 2/4 and 3/4. This video covers the national curriculum fractions for ye...

Fractions-Fractions Song

fractionsong #songsforteachers #mathsongThis one's about simple fractions- they're parts of a whole! Have your students sing about halves, thirds, quarters,...

Fractions - Halves and Quarters

Learn about fractions with halves and quarters.Acknowledgement of artwork (character illustrations): 'Gerald_G'

Stage 1 Maths - Wholes, Halves and Quarters

Another Stage 1 Maths animation from Skwirk. Over 2000 of these on




KS1 Maths - Fractions: Finding a Half

Watch this lovely video for Ks1 children and learn all about how you can practise using fractions and finding a half, and halving numbers using everyday obje...

Fractions Year 1 - Finding Half of Shapes

National Curriculum Fractions For Year One - recognise, find and name a half as one of two equal parts of a


Reception, Nursery and Key stage 1 song about Halving.

Give Me Half! - Read Aloud Math Book

"Give Me Half!" written by Stuart J. Murphy and illustrated by G. Brian Karas ans is a wonderful introduction book when introducing fractions; specifically h...




KS1 Maths - Introduction to Fractions: Finding a Quarter

Watch this lovely introduction to fractions video for KS1 children and learn all about how you can practise finding a quarter using everyday objects! After y...

1 quarter (Fractions Song) 1 of 4 equal parts

1 quarter (Fractions Song) 1 of 4 equal parts is a song all about the fraction 1 quarter. A great way to help children learn and remember the fraction 1 quar...







Fractions of Amounts         Fractions of Numbers

Finding a Fraction of a Number

1. Look at the fraction calculation.
2. The denominator (bottom number) tells you how many circles to draw.
3. Draw this many circles.
4. Put a dot in each circle until you get to the number that is being divided

      (the largest number).
5. Look at the numerator (top number). Count the dots in this amount of circles.
6. The amount of dots will be the answer.

Finding Fractions of a Number

Adam Up Maths - Fractions of Amounts Song

The Number Crunchers explain how to calculate a half, third, quarter and fifth of an amount.