## KS2 Fractions

Key stage two is where fractions are first introduced. At this age the fractions are contextualised to help children to understand what they are, so from a fraction of a pizza to a fraction of a chocolate bar, this is the sort of thing that they will see. If you are looking for KS2 fraction resources then the following links will take you to specific resources and fraction worksheets.

– Year 3 – Add and subtract fractions with the same denominator

– Year 3 – Compare Fractions With the Same Denominator

– Year 4 – Finding Fractions of a Whole Number

– Year 5 – Changing percentages into fractions

– Year 5 – Compare fractions that have denominators with common multiples

– Year 5 – Convert mixed numbers to top heavy fractions

– Year 5 – Equivalent fractions from decimals

– Year 5 – Equivalent fractions to 10ths, 100ths and 1000ths

– Year 5 – Multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers

– Year 6 – Associate Fractions with Decimals

– Year 6 – Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators and Mixed Numbers

– Year 6 – Common Factors to Simplify Fractions

– Year 6 – Compare and Order Fractions

– Year 6 – Divide Fractions by Whole Numbers

– Year 6 – Fractions of Whole Numbers

– Year 6 – Multiplying Fractions

– Year 6 – Use Common Multiples to Express Fractions with the Same Denominator

## KS3 Fractions

At KS3 fractions start to get a little trickier and they appear in a wide range of topics and subtopics. Whether you are a teacher looking for KS3 fraction resources or a student looking to revise fractions, then the following list of fraction subtopics will be useful. Each link will direct you to a dedicated fractions page where you will be able to find worksheets, questions and notes relating to that specific type of fraction subtopic.

## GCSE Fractions

At GCSE level fractions begin to get a little trickier as they are applied to even more contexts and scenarios. You will see this in the resource list below, not all topics are direct fraction topics but the ones that aren’t require the use of fractions in a very competent manner. When students try some of the more difficult topics like algebraic fractions it is often the basic fraction rules that prevent them from being able to conquer these more difficult areas of the GCSE Maths course. Fortunately we have a whole host of fraction revision materials that you can use to help you prepare for your exams. If you are a teacher or tutor looking for GCSE fraction resources then you will find the list below very useful as well.

## A Level Maths Fractions

Fractions at A Level is not really a topic on its own; however there are many topics which require the use of fractions and understanding them in the context of indices and algebra where there are frequent uses of fractional powers, is very useful indeed. To find a full list of A Level maths resources see the link below.