This Easibook asks students to consider their strategy for finding simple fractions of shapes, and encourages them to think about how to divide the shape, as well as considering equivalence.

This Easibook illustrates how to divide fractions by fractions. It uses visual images to develop underlying concepts, prior to demonstrating reducing by common factors before dividing.

This Easibook illustrates how to divide fractions by fractions. It uses visual images to develop underlying concepts, prior to demonstrating reducing by common factors before dividing.

This Easibook workbook illustrates how to multiply fractions by fractions. It uses visual images to develop underlying concepts, prior to demonstrating reducing by common factors before multiplying.

This Easibook workbook illustrates how to multiply fractions by fractions. It uses visual images to develop underlying concepts, prior to demonstrating reducing by common factors before multiplying.

This Easibook displays the questions involving multiplication and division of fractions by fractions, shown on the tasksheet of the same name. It can be used for students to explain their calculations.

This Easibook looks at changing fractions to decimals using a calculator. There are examples to discriminate between terminating decimals and repeating decimals. Students are asked to look for patterns and predict using these patterns.

This activity reinforces the idea of a fraction being a part of a whole. The Easibook should be used after the students have completed the paper-tearing activity.

This Easibook uses fraction notation and imagery to show equivalence and encourages students to observe the patterns in equivalent fractions and to simplify to prove equivalence.

This activity introduces three methods for converting fractions to decimals. The tasksheet contains practice in all three methods. Its use can be staggered and each method practiced in turn, or it can be used after all the methods have been discussed.

This Easiteach activity looks at situations in probability that require addition and multiplication of fractions. It demonstrates simplification or reduction to least terms and times when it is more appropriate to have fractions with a common denominator.

This Easibook sets problems involving calculating simple fractions of amounts, and asks students to consider the different strategies and interpretations that they can use.