**Day 1 Teaching**

Use a fraction wall to help children write fractions equivalent to 1/3, 1/4 and 1/5, then compare and order fractions with related denominators.

**Further Teaching with Y6**

Discuss which fractions with smaller denominators can be written as 1/15s. Use to compare fractions with unrelated denominators, e.g. 1/3 and 1/5.

**Group Activities: T with Y6**

Y5 -- Order pairs or trios of fractions with related denominators, using equivalence.

Y6 -- Explore fractions with an equivalent number of 1/12s.

**Day 2 Teaching**

Use a blank 100 square to show and explore equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages, particularly the 1/5s and 1/4s.

**Group Activities: T with Y5**

Use the ‘Big Triangle of Fractions’ in-depth problem-solving investigation below as today’s group activity.

Or, use these activities:

Y5 -- Create a 0–1 number line annotated with halves, quarters, fifths, tenths; some children use it to help order fractions and decimals.

Y6 -- Use loop cards (dominoes) to explore fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents. Use online activities to consolidate.

**Day 3 Teaching**

Investigate what numbers of equally-sized teams 148 children can be placed in, using mental division with jottings to find unit fractions of 148.

**Further Teaching with Y6**

Use key percentages of amounts (e.g. 50%, 10%, 1%) to find other percentages of the same amounts.

**Group Activities: T with Y6**

Y5 -- Investigate divisibility; finding unit fractions of amounts between 100 and 200.

Y6 -- Explore percentages of an amount of money.

**Day 4 Teaching**

Sketch a bar model to show 5/6 of 132. Make a class poster to agree the steps in finding non-unit fractions of amounts. Find unit, then linked non-unit fractions of other amounts, e.g. 120, 150.

**Group Activities: T with Y5**

Y5 -- Use unit fractions as a building block to calculate non-unit fractions of amounts; some children create problems for others to solve.

Y6 -- Investigate unit and non-unit fractions of 240.