## Year 3 Fractions

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## Fractions of amounts: number problems

Subject: Mathematics

Age range: 7-11

Resource type: Worksheet/Activity

Last updated

8 November 2014

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1a. Alex spends £12, he has £8 left. Julia spends £4, she has £16 left. 2a. 6 3a. Hasan is correct. Olivia has calculated how many have been sold. Expected 4a. Steph spends £12, she has £28 left. Jake spends £16, he has £24 left. 5a. 4 6a. Chuan is correct. Hafsa has calculated how many have been sold.

Reasoning and Problem Solving Fraction of an Amount 3 Developing 1a. The yoyo is 45p; the bread is 36p and the pear is 18p. You can buy the bread and the pear. 2a. Tilly is correct. Max threw his javelin 5m. Tilly threw her javelin 6m. Tilly threw hers the farthest distance. 3a. B is correct because 20 ÷ 5 = 4. 4 x 2 = 8. Expected 4a.

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Fractions of amounts: number problems. ... knowledge of fractions to solve these number word problems. ... way to work on fraction word problems with my year 3's.