# Max Maths, Year 3, Work Book, Reviewing and naming fractions

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Maths
Year 3
Max Maths

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In the "Max Maths, Year 3, Work Book," students are invited to deepen their understanding of fractions through a series of engaging and colourful activities. Practice 1 focuses on reviewing and naming fractions, beginning with a simple task where children are asked to colour the numerator of a given fraction in blue and the denominator in green. This visual differentiation aids in reinforcing the concept of what each part of a fraction represents. Following this, students are tasked with identifying and writing down the numerators and denominators of various fractions listed, such as 3/4, 4/7, and 2/3, among others. This exercise helps to solidify their knowledge of fraction parts and their significance.

The workbook then challenges students to match coloured shapes to their corresponding fractions, such as one-third, one-quarter, and three-quarters. This visual matching activity not only makes learning about fractions fun but also helps students to visually understand how fractions represent parts of a whole. Additionally, they are encouraged to write the fraction of each coloured shape in both numerals and words, enhancing their ability to express fractions in different forms. To further apply their fraction knowledge, students are presented with a number line and must tick the box that correctly shows the position of given fractions like three-quarters and one-half. Finally, they get to demonstrate their comprehension by colouring parts of rectangles to represent specific fractions, such as 1/2 and 3/4, thus bringing an artistic element to their mathematical learning.

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