We have been learning all about fractions and what a fraction is. We decided that a fraction is fair. It needs to be the same shape, same size or the same number.
We have also been doing loads of thinking and problem solving in our maths. We think problem solving is hard but we are very proud of our learning!
WALT: find the fractions of sets and shapes.
Success Criteria
 I can use what I know to solve problems
 I can use a picture to show my thinking
 I can use materials to show my thinking
 My shares are fair (the same shape, same size or the same number)
How I am going
I can use what I know to solve problems

Kerri thinks
 
I can use a picture to show my thinking

Kerri thinks
 
I can use materials to show my thinking

Kerri thinks
 
My shares are fair (the same shape, same size or the same number)

Kerri thinks
 
Reflection
My favourite part was: using the materials because I got to use lots of different ones.
It was really hard when: I had to make it fair shares.
Something that really helped me was: using the jelly beans and the teddies to help me work out the answer because then I could see if it was fair and the same number.
Something new I learned was: what a quarter and a half was.
Kerri Thinks
You can find fractions of sets and shapes. You know that fractions are fair shares  the same size, same shape, or same number.
It can be really tricky to know where to start when you are trying to solve problems. Remember to slow down and read the question a few times. That will help you know what the question is asking, then you can work out where to start. Keep on practising Eowyn you are a great mathematician!
Kerri Thinks
You can find fractions of sets and shapes. You know that fractions are fair shares  the same size, same shape, or same number.
It can be really tricky to know where to start when you are trying to solve problems. Remember to slow down and read the question a few times. That will help you know what the question is asking, then you can work out where to start. Keep on practising Eowyn you are a great mathematician!
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