# Non-unit fractions

Unit 9 – 4 weeks

Primary
KS2
Year 3

Curriculum

The slides are comprehensively linked to associated pedagogical guidance in the NCETM Primary Mastery Professional Development materials. There are also links to the ready-to-progress criteria detailed in the DfE Primary Mathematics Guidance 2020.

### Learning outcomes

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1 | Pupils explain that non-unit fractions are composed of more than one unit fraction |

2 | Pupils identify non-unit fractions |

3 | Pupils identify the number of equal or unequal parts in a whole |

4 | Pupils use knowledge of non-unit fractions to solve problems |

5 | Pupils use knowledge of unit fractions to find one whole |

6 | Pupils place fractions between 0 and 1 on a numberline |

7 | Pupils use repeated addition of a unit fraction to form a non-unit fraction |

8 | Pupils use repeated addition of a unit fraction to form 1 |

9 | Pupils compare using knowledge of non-unit fractions equivalent to one |

10 | Pupils compare non-unit fractions with the same denominator |

11 | Pupils compare unit fractions |

12 | Pupils compare fractions with the same numerator |

13 | Pupils add up fractions with the same denominator |

14 | Pupils add on fractions with the same denominator |

15 | Pupils add fractions with the same denominator using a generalised rule |

16 | Pupils subtract fractions with the same denominator |

17 | Pupils identify the whole, the number of equal parts and the size of each part as a unit fraction |

18 | Pupils explain that addition and subtraction of fractions are inverse operations |

19 | Pupils subtract fractions from a whole by converting the whole to a fraction |

20 | Pupils represent a whole as a fraction in different ways and use this to solve problems involving subtraction |