We have been learning all about fractions and what a fraction is. We decided that a fraction is fair. It needs to be the same shape, same size or the same number.
We have also been doing loads of thinking and problem solving in our maths. We think problem solving is hard but we are very proud of our learning!
WALT: find the fractions of sets and shapes.
Success Criteria
 I can use what I know to solve problems
 I can use a picture to show my thinking
 I can use materials to show my thinking
 My shares are fair (the same shape, same size or the same number)
Insert images of problem solving
How I am going
I can use what I know to solve problems

Kerri thinks
 
I can use a picture to show my thinking

Kerri thinks
 
I can use materials to show my thinking

Kerri thinks
 
My shares are fair (the same shape, same size or the same number)

Kerri thinks
 
Reflection
My favourite part was: that I tried my best and it didn't really matter when I got the answer wrong because I did lots of learning.
It was really hard: it is hard to remember how to read 1/4 and 1/2
Something that really helped me was: using the jelly beans and my fingers to work out the answers and my brain was very tired afterwards.
Something new I learned was: I can figure out quarters and halves that are fair.
Kerri Thinks
What great learning about fractions you have done this term. I am pleased you use the materials to help you show your thinking. You can find halves, quarters and thirds of shapes and sets like bag of lollies.
Remember when problem solving, slow down and think about what the question is asking and then think about what you already know. Lots of thinking and drawing pictures can help you solve tricky problems.
Kerri Thinks
What great learning about fractions you have done this term. I am pleased you use the materials to help you show your thinking. You can find halves, quarters and thirds of shapes and sets like bag of lollies.
Remember when problem solving, slow down and think about what the question is asking and then think about what you already know. Lots of thinking and drawing pictures can help you solve tricky problems.
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