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Sunday, 30 August 2015










We have been learning about equivalent fractions. We made fractions from shapes, photographed it and inserted it into our document. I learnt that 1/2 = 2/4, and 1/3 = 2/6.
It was fun making equivalent fractions with shapes.

18 comments:

Limiteti @ Glen Innes School said...
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GISRoom9 said...

Kia Ora Ane. You are learning some cool stuff in maths. I learnt the ⅓ = 2/6 - this is an equivalent fraction too. In my class we are learning about fractions too. Today we learnt about mixed fractions. Do you like working with fractions?

Sini @ Glen Innes School said...

Ki ora Ane. You are learning some cool stuff about equivalent fraction. I learnt the ½ = 2/4 this is also equivalent fraction too. In my class we also learnt about fraction too. Did you like working with fraction?

Limiteti @ Glen Innes School said...
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rebecca @ Glen Innes School said...

Kia Ora Ane. You are learning some awesome and interesting stuff in maths. Did you know that ⅓ is the same as 2/6. Was the fractions easy to do?

Kura said...

Hi Ane , I really liked your blogging. I know that you are learning a lot now and you are understanding more about fractions. You helped me learn a lot in equivalent fractions, you helped me understand that 1/2 is equal to 3/6.I have a question for you how do you get what is equivalent to 7/8 I think that you can help me with this one.
Thanks Ane you helped me understand a lot more about fractions.

jolie said...

Kia ora And

I am very happy that you have learnt some more fractions in class
I am just wondering did anyone help you with this fraction?

jazire @ glen innes school said...
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jazire @ glen innes school said...

Hi Ane...

You are doing very well in your maths learning and I like your picture of the shape that you created.
Did you know that 2/4 can be equal to 4/8.
You just have to multiply the denominator by 2 and do the same thing with the numerator.

I hope you had fun working with fractions...

jolie said...

Sorry I ment Ane

Xavier @ Glen Innes School said...

Ki ora Ane. I like how you add a photographed of your shapes of fraction . And thank you for sharing your fantastic piece of work.I had wondering how did you learn equivalent fractions ?

alicia said...

Ki Ora Ane .I see that you have been learning new stuff which is very cool.
Did you know that 2 quarters is equaled to 4 eighths?
Well done Ane!

Limiteti @ Glen Innes School said...

Kia Ora Ane. You are learning some cool stuff in maths. In my class we learnt ⅓ = 2/6 - this is an equivalent fraction too. Today in class we learnt about mixed fractions. Do you like working with fractions and have you heard of equivalent fractions?

Ane said...
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Ane said...

Yes, I do like working with fractions. And thank you very much Limi. Your stuff is cool too.

Ane said...

Thank you very much jazire.Yes. I love fractions.

Ane said...

Thank you very much everybody. I do like fraction and it cool.
To: Room 9

Helen said...

Hi Room 9 From Glen Innes School,
I like the way you have done a great job,
You should keep up the good work,
Helen From TPS