In KS2 Maths, as you go into Year Five, you'll learn more about fractions. Fractions are like puzzle pieces of numbers less than one. You'll discover values, numerators, denominators, and even mixed numbers and decimals.

Imagine you have 2.5 sweets. In fractions, that's 2^{1}⁄_{2} or ^{5}⁄_{2}. The first one is a mixed number (2 whole sweets and a half), and the second is an improper fraction (more on the top than the bottom). Proper fractions have smaller tops!

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What type of fraction is ^{6}⁄_{5}?

Mixed fraction

Equivalent fraction

Improper fraction

Unsuitable fraction

An improper fraction has a top number more than the bottom number

2.

Which fraction is one ninth?

3.

Which of these fractions is not equivalent to ^{1}⁄_{3}?

4.

Which of these is a proper fraction?

A proper fraction has a top number less than the bottom number

5.

Which fraction is ^{25}⁄_{100} equivalent to?

100 ÷ 25 = 4

6.

Which fraction is more than ^{1}⁄_{4}?

7.

What would ^{6}⁄_{4} be when converted to a mixed number?

4^{1}⁄_{2}

1^{1}⁄_{2}

1^{1}⁄_{4}

2^{1}⁄_{4}

A mixed number is where there is a mix of a whole number and a fraction

8.

What would 3^{1}⁄_{4} be when converted to an improper fraction?

There are ^{4}⁄_{4} in 1 one so 3 ones = ^{12}⁄_{4}

9.

Which fraction is less than ^{1}⁄_{2}?

2 x 7 = 14 so ^{7}⁄_{15} is slightly less than half

10.

Which is the largest of these fractions?