Year 3-Equivalent Fractions PowerPoint with Worksheets

Save Resource

To save a resource you must first Join or Log In.

Year 3-Equivalent Fractions PowerPoint with Worksheets - fraction

Languages / Countries

Ratings & Reviews
Suggest a Change
Log in Join
  • Oct 5th

    Consolidation of equivalent fractions.

  • Jun 25th

    I am unable to open the worksheet file. Please can you help?

    • Jun 25th

      Hi mollyjess,
      Thanks for your comment and I’m sorry you’re having trouble opening this resource.

      These particular resources are contained within a ZIP pack which you’ll need to have up-to-date unzipping software to be able to access. Please take a look at our helpful FAQ page for further support with this:

      Please let me know if you're still having trouble. Have a lovely day! :)

  • Jun 10th

    To help my lower ability children to see fractions visually

  • Jun 9th

    This is a great resource which will help my middle set Yr3. Thank you Twinkl.

  • May 8th

    This is a great resource which will help my Year 3s during our equivalent fractions topic this week. Thank you

  • May 5th


  • Apr 27th

    Very well explained ppt. Used with my higher ability years 2s.

  • Mar 7th

    For some Y4 children who are a bit stuck with fractions - nice clear ppt. Thanks

  • Feb 9th

    Excellent resource for the first day of equivalent fractions! Thanks

  • Jan 17th

    intro for lesson

  • Jan 17th

    year 3 fractions

  • Jan 8th

    intro to equivalent fractions

  • Dec 6th

    I plan on using this to introduce equivalent fractions to my Maths set.

  • Nov 24th

    Good for introducing equivalent fractions for Y3. However, maybe group the shaded areas to strengthen the visual understanding of equivalence and not have random parts shaded in as the children cannot visually see the equivalent fractions.

  • Nov 18th

    challenge activity for able children

  • Jun 9th


    • Jun 9th

      Hi Miffy12, thank you for your comment and thanks for sharing. :)

  • May 4th

    For MA/HA children but good to introduce to LA as equivalence can be tricky.

  • Apr 24th

    A super clear powerpoint to start the discussion about equivalent fractions.

  • Apr 6th

    Definitely for HA.

  • Mar 24th

    Great resource! I am a student teacher and this has helped me to plan my lesson for a HA Yr3 set very well!

  • Feb 1st

    I think this power point is suited to HA year Threes, changing the numerator and denominator by multiplying slides, would really confuse the majority of the class, so I would not show them. However Fraction wall slides quite helpful. In my opinion Worksheet shapes should all be the same size to consolidate the concept of equivalence.

    • May 8th

      Thank you for your feedback lapins, we will alter the shapes on the worksheet to better consolidate understanding.

  • Jan 21st

    brilliant! thank you, I used the equivalent pairs as a "find your partner" game with three differentiated groups before doing worksheet

Year 3-Equivalent Fractions PowerPoint with Worksheets

Year 3-Equivalent Fractions PowerPoint with Worksheets - We love powerpoints! Great for supporting your teaching on this topic, they can be used as discussion starters and during whole-class teaching. An absolute must!
This zip file contains:
  • Worksheets [PDF]
  • Year 3 Equivalent Fractions Powerpoint [PPT]

This resource is available in Standard.
  • Homepage » Curriculum for Excellence » First » Mathematics » Number, money and measure » Fractions, decimal fractions and percentages
  • Homepage » Key Stage 2 » Maths » Fractions
  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Topics » Powerpoints » Task Setter Powerpoints
  • Homepage » Key Stage 2 » Maths » Numbers and the Number System » Fractions, Percentages & Ratio » Equivalent Fractions
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Keystage 2 » Year 3 » Number_Fractions » Recognise and show, using diagrams, equivalent fractions with small denominators
  • We love to hear your ideas! If you’d like to see another version of this resource, you’ve had a great idea for how we could improve it or you’ve spotted a mistake then let us know by filling in your details below.

    Please try to be as specific as you can :)

    Why not sign in to make suggesting a change quicker and easier?

    Already a Member? Log In