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This KS1 math curriculum activity focus's on fractions and offers six exciting activities your child will surely enjoy. These activities cover essential topics such as identifying fractions, name recognition, grouping objects, and number lines. This topic contains 6 activities with accompanying activity sheets. In addition, it covers the following key aspects of the National Curriculum in England: Math

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1. Fraction Bar
2. Fraction of Shapes
• Fraction Cards
• Fraction of Shapes Activity Sheet
3. Name and Identify Fractions
• Fraction Cards
4. Grouping Objects
• Grouping Objects Activity Sheet
5. Fraction of Length
• Fraction of Length Activity Sheet
6. Fractions on a Number Line
• Number Line Fraction Cards
• Number Line Fraction Activity Sheet

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## Exciting Maths Curriculum Activity for Young Learners

Discover the world of mathematics with this captivating curriculum activity, perfect for young learners. Designed to encourage engagement, the topic includes six different activities for children to enjoy. Whether at home or school, students can utilize our exclusive Fraction Cards to learn about fractions, as well as identify and group objects by halves and quarters. With six activities in total, each complete with activity sheets, the topic covers essential aspects of the National Curriculum in England, specifically in Mathematics.

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