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  • 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Paper B – Calculator Allowed) Fractions 1: Calculating What Fraction Of A Grid Is Shaded For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
  • 2. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to work out what fraction of a grid is shaded:
  • 3. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  • 4. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. e are 30.
  • 5. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 24 are 30.
  • 6. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 24 This becomes the denominator of the fraction
  • 7. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 24 This becomes the denominator of the fraction 24
  • 8. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Then count up the number of blue tiles on the grid. 24
  • 9. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Then count up the number of blue tiles on the grid. There are 4 24
  • 10. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Then count up the number of blue tiles on the grid. There are 4 This becomes the numerator of the fraction 24
  • 11. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Then count up the number of blue tiles on the grid. There are 4 This becomes the numerator of the fraction 4 24
  • 12. For example: Here is a grid of tiles. What fractions of the tiles are shaded blue? Then count up the number of blue tiles on the grid. There are 4 This becomes the numerator of the fraction 4 24
  • 13. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Again, count up the total number of tiles. There are 15 This becomes the denominator of the fraction
  • 14. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Again, count up the total number of tiles.
  • 15. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Again, count up the total number of tiles. There are 15
  • 16. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Again, count up the total number of tiles. There are 15 This becomes the denominator of the fraction
  • 17. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Again, count up the total number of tiles. There are 15 This becomes the denominator of the fraction 15
  • 18. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Then, count up the number of green tiles. 15
  • 19. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Then, count up the number of green tiles. There are 3 15
  • 20. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Then, count up the number of green tiles. There are 3 This becomes the numerator of the fraction 15
  • 21. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Then, count up the number of green tiles. There are 3 This becomes the numerator of the fraction 3 15
  • 22. Another example: Here is a pattern on a grid. What fraction of the tiles are shaded green? Then, count up the number of green tiles. There are 3 This becomes the numerator of the fraction 3 15
  • 23. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What percentage of this grid is coloured in white?
  • 24. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What fraction of this grid is coloured in white?
  • 25. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What fraction of this grid is coloured in white? 5 25
  • 26. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What fraction of this grid is coloured in pink?
  • 27. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What fraction of this grid is coloured in pink? 5 20
  • 28. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What fraction of this grid is coloured in blue?
  • 29. Now try some by yourself. Click to find the correct answer: What fraction of this grid is coloured in blue? 6 20
  • 30. That’s it for now...... for more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com

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