How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Paper B Fractions Questions (Part 2)

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How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Paper B Fractions Questions (Part 2)

  1. 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Paper B – Calculator Allowed) Fractions 2: Simplifying The Fraction Of A Grid That Is Shaded For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
  2. 2. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to look at a group of shaded shapes and decide which ones are equivalent to a given fraction and which ones aren’t:
  3. 3. For example: Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly ½ of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  4. 4. First, work out how much of the fraction is shaded. See presentation 1, if you are not sure what to do. Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  5. 5. First, work out how much of the fraction is shaded. See presentation 1, if you are not sure what to do. 8 16 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  6. 6. First, work out how much of the fraction is shaded. See presentation 1, if you are not sure what to do. 8 5 16 12 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  7. 7. First, work out how much of the fraction is shaded. See presentation 1, if you are not sure what to do. 8 5 16 12 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 8
  8. 8. First, work out how much of the fraction is shaded. See presentation 1, if you are not sure what to do. 8 5 16 12 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 9 8 20
  9. 9. Then try to simplify the fractions by looking for a number that will divide into both the numerator and the denominator: 8 5 16 12 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 9 8 20
  10. 10. Then try to simplify the fractions by looking for a number that will divide into both the numerator and the denominator: 8 8 1 5 16 2 12 8 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 9 8 20
  11. 11. Then try to simplify the fractions by looking for a number that will divide into both the numerator and the denominator: 8 8 1 5 16 2 12 Can’t be simplified 8 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 9 8 20 X
  12. 12. Then try to simplify the fractions by looking for a number that will divide into both the numerator and the denominator: 8 8 1 5 16 2 12 Can’t be simplified 8 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 4 1 9 8 2 20 4 X
  13. 13. Then try to simplify the fractions by looking for a number that will divide into both the numerator and the denominator: 8 8 1 5 16 2 12 Can’t be simplified X 8 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 4 4 1 9 8 2 20 4 Can’t be simplified X
  14. 14. Now, try some by yourself. Click to reveal the correct answer Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  15. 15. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  16. 16. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 16 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  17. 17. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 4 1 16 4 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  18. 18. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 4 1 3 16 4 12 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  19. 19. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 4 4 1 3 1 16 4 12 4 4 3 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  20. 20. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 4 4 1 3 1 16 4 12 4 4 3 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 2 8
  21. 21. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 4 4 1 3 1 16 4 12 4 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 2 2 1 8 4 2
  22. 22. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 4 4 1 3 1 16 4 12 4 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 2 2 1 4 8 4 15 2
  23. 23. Here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/4 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 4 4 1 3 1 16 4 12 4 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 2 2 1 4 8 4 15 2 Can’t be simplified X
  24. 24. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  25. 25. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 16 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  26. 26. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 16 Can’t be X simplified Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  27. 27. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 3 16 Can’t be X simplified 4 12 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  28. 28. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 3 16 Can’t be X simplified 4 1 12 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30.
  29. 29. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 3 16 Can’t be X simplified 4 1 12 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 3 8
  30. 30. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 3 16 Can’t be X simplified 4 1 12 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 3 8 Can’t be X simplified
  31. 31. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 3 16 Can’t be X simplified 4 1 12 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 3 8 Can’t be X simplified 5 15
  32. 32. Again, here are 4 diagrams. Put a tick by the diagram if exactly 1/3 of it is shaded. Put a cross if it is not. 4 3 16 Can’t be X simplified 4 1 12 3 4 Firstly count up the number of tiles on the grid. There are 30. 5 3 8 Can’t be X simplified 5 1 15 3 5
  33. 33. That’s it for now...... for more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com

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