Maths Without Limits
Opening Young Minds to Endless Possibilities

This short exploration uses a hundred square as a representation of one whole, to explore how fractions work on a hundred square.

It is assumed that the children have a basic understanding of fractions dividing up rectangles and other shapes into different numbers of pieces.

I have used this with a strong group of pupils aged 8.

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