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Fractions

The Year 3.2 students enjoyed learning about fractions as they participated in various hands-on activities. Students were given some cookie cutters and play dough and they had to find a way to half them. Afterwards, they were given paper shapes and they had to fold each shape into two equal parts and name one half […]

Fractions – Halves and Quarters batch 1

The year 3.1 students had tonnes of fun with fractions! A rectangular cake was used to explain the concept of a whole as well as that of parts of a whole. The students were also given a piece of cake between two and they had to figure out how to cut it in order to […]

Fractions

Students have learnt about halves, quarters, thirds and eights. After sharing the learning outcomes and the success criteria, students had a presentation where they had to identify which shapes are divided into equal parts, and the fraction of each part being shaded. During group work the students had to divide their shapes into equal parts and […]

Fractions – One half Year 3.1

Each group was given some plasticine and cooking cutters.  Each member of the group had to divide his/her shape in half.  The students pointed out that both halves had to be of the same size and when they were once put together they made one whole.  Some students also realized that when the halves of […]

Fractions…

The year 4.2 students of Ms Mathea have learnt about halves, quarters, thirds and eights. After sharing the learning outcomes and the success criteria, students had a PowerPoint presentation where they had to identify which shapes are divided into equal parts, and the fraction of each part being shaded. During group work the students had […]

A snapshot of year 6.1

The Yr 6.1 students of Ms Raisa Cutajar have kick started the year through a number of various activities. An element of fun is always present. The photos taken in the school playing area evidence of this. The teacher enhances team work in her maths lessons and students have been learning fractions by helping each […]