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Fractions An Interactive Activity introducing thirds
We are going to slice our pizza into 3 equal sized pieces. Each piece is called a third.
1 whole pizza has been split into 3 equal pieces We write it like this. 1 whole pizza 3 equal pieces
We can do this with other shapes and objects too. Each third is the same size.
We can do this with numbers as well 1 3 of3 =1 1 3 6 =2
1 3 3=1 is the same as… Cutting these numbers in half is the same as dividing them by 2. 3:-3=1 These give us the same answer.
Now try these 1 3 of6
1 3 12
Activity produced by Bev Evans, 2008 www.communication4all.co.uk
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