# N2/L2.3

Evaluate one number as a fraction of another
(a) Understand equivalent fractions
(b) Understand simplest form
(c) Know how to reduce a fraction to its simplest form, e.g. by recognising equivalent fractions, by using factors to 'cancel'
(d) Recognise prime numbers (i.e. numbers that can't be cancelled)
(e) Understand that quantities must be in the same units to evaluate one as a fraction of another

## M&Ms Fractions

Introduces fractions, explains numerators and denominators and then uses an edible task to teach evaluating one number as a fraction of another and adding fractions. Great for paired work (or small groups).

Level
L2
Maths
N2/L2.3
N2/L2.4

## Divisibility checks game

Paired game. Work your way across the hexagonal sections of the game board. Great way to reinforce tables and division facts but also fits in well with L1/2 fraction work when learners find it difficult to simplify fractions. Three sets of game boards and cards for E3, L1, L2 plus blanks to make your own game.

Level
E3
L1
L2
Maths
N2/E3.2
N2/L2.3
N1/E3.5
N1/L1.4
N1/L1.5
N2/L1.1
N1/L2.2