New approach for converting between fractions, decimals and percentages?

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6 Responses

  1. Joan says:

    I have found a card sort helpful
    row one fraction cards
    row two their equivalent percentage
    row three their equivalent decimal.

    I group the fractions half quarter eighth three quarters / one third two thirds / one tenth one fifth four fifiths

    Most pupils will get the half 50% 0.5 column.

  2. Joan says:

    thanks for the ideas they have been a great help

  3. Paul says:

    Great addition to the fraction wall. What do you think of rotating the diagram so that 0% is at the bottom and 100% at the top to relate these equivalences to notion of fullness?

  4. Steve Croft says:

    Why do we still teach fractions in this declimal/digital age. I have sufferd along with the kids, should the torture end now?

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