**We have continued our fractions work in maths this week.**

Students were required to complete a homework task showing how fractions can be seen all around us in real life. Everyone did a fantastic job!

Check out the fraction examples the 3/4C students located, captured and annotated for their homework task.

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### Which “fraction in real life” examples did you like?

### What did you enjoy about this homework task?

### Do you have a favourite “fraction in real life” that you regularly see?

Dear miss Jordan,

I really enjoyed the home work task it gave me a idea of what fractions in real life are and it gave me something to to at home.

From Bronte.

Dear Miss Jordan

I liked the milk one.It makes sence to me.I enjoyed taking the photos around the house.I nomly see toust cut into quarters.A lot coast I have toust for dinner sometimes.

FROM KYAN

Dear 3/4C,

I have enjoyed finding pictures for the homework task this week. I regularly see halfs, which can sometimes be [ toast, fruit and squares]. I liked seeing everyone’s peices of the homework task, and some of my favourites are cupboards, toast, fruit, nail varnish and sweets.

From, Charlotte.

Dear 3/4c

I thought that everyone had very creative ideas in the real life fractions slide show. I especially like the one with the pool and the blow up Swans. I thought doing fractions really help me remember what fractions is all about and how to make them. My favourite thing in fractions was mixt fractions that was quite easy for me.

From Banjo R

Hi Banjo R,

I agree!

Your fraction photos were awesome! I liked the one with fruit and the table. They were so cool!

From Monty

Dear 3/4C,

What I liked about the homework task was cutting the pizza in to a quarter and the oranges in to fifths and the crumpet in to halfs. The lolly pop was already a half so I left them.

From Bruno

Dear 3/4C,

Everyone had great creative ideas. I liked the one with the wooden thing to help the vine climb. I also liked the one with the swans in the pool.

From Monty

P.S. You forgot to put some of mine in.

Dear Monty

I agree with you that everyone had amazingly creative ideas I also thought that the one with the pool and the swans.

From your class mate Banjo R

Dear 3/4C,

All of the slides look amazing but the ones that I thought were really good are the tiles, eggs, pizza, sour strap, fence, drawers and the milk. I enjoyed when we had to find the fractions and label them. My favourite fraction in real life is a cake.

From Ruby

Dare 3/4c that food on the slide

lookt dulishis uspeshule the pizza

Dear Marley,

I agree as well that the food looked delicious. I liked the look of that cheesy pizza too.

From

Charlotte.

Dear Charlotte,

I agree that the food looked delicous. I wish I ate that cheesy pizza and the Anzac biscuits

From Bruno

Dear Marli,

That pizza did look delicious. I bet that you would love it!

From Monty

Dear class

Your real life fractions are outstanding I love them all they are so cool I have to say the best one is everyone and I love your fraction pizzas I am very proud of you from the girl how the loves the fractions In real live and pizza Leni

Dear Leni

You are right the pizza, real life fractions and the play dough fractions are outstanding. I am very proud to. Love your fractions there great

Thank you Elisse yours is great to I love how it stands out

From Leni

(There great)

Dear 3/4c,

I have to say that you’ve all done an amazing job on your fractions in real life homework task. It’s really cool how everyone came up with individual ideas for the photos and they all look really good. When I fist looked at my house I thought that there was no fractions around but when I dug in deeper it was full of fraction surprises.

From Chloe

Dear miss Jordan

I have to say that you have done an excellent job on the real life fractions homework task.well done miss Jordan

From Elisse

Dear miss Jordan

I like factions because it is very easy but can

Be trikey at times.

From Khy

Dear Miss Jordan,

I like everyone’s slides even though some were hard to read. Other than that the slides were amazing a specially 1/125. I think it was exciting and really improved my fractions knowledge.

Senselessly

Asha

Hi 3/4c,

Great job on the homework task!

Did you find the activity easy or had?

I found it easy because all you had to do was take a photo of 2+ objects and make a fraction with that picture, then we had to put an equivalent fraction well I know I did!

From Calum

Hi 34C,

I think our fractions look great.

From Zara

Dear 3/4C

With the fractions I’m finding it fun, my favourite thing we’ve done yet is the Fractions Pizza. We had to put the ingredients on the pizza. Like 1/2 of the pizza had tomato. I’m looking forward to the next activities were doing!

From Will

Dear 3/4c,

My favourite fractions in real life was

the pizza one and the milk. I really

enjoyed doing the homework task it was

lots of fun. I usually see tiles and food as fractions.

From the awesomely amazing Valla

To 3/4C,

I enjoyed looking at the real life fractions.

I did a door shelfs and draws. Like it because it finished in no time. My favourite fraction is a pizza because it’s my favourite food.

From Mitch

Dear 3/4c,

I love all the fractions everyone did,this homework task was so much fun thank you miss Jordan for organising it. I think food was the most common thing for fractions!

From Molly

wow That was incredible grade 3/4.c

I really injoyed that because they all were not the same thing as everyone else.

I thought it was entutaneing and different. I really hope we can do it again soon.

By Kayla

Dear miss Jordan

Those fractions in real life where amazing

I didn’t know how many fractions there were.

From Byron

Dear Miss Jordon,

In the slides I saw a lot of toast and cupboard fractions, that reminded me a lot of things I saw in my life, I also enjoyed the pool one with the flamingos, which reminded me of my pool.

from Josh

I would say 26/26 children are really clever in 3/4C!

Well done Class, a great homework task!!

Thanks mum. The class tried there hardes

From Leni

Dear Miss Jordan,

Hi so nice to see you are still running a blog. It’s Olivia Sinkinson who you taught in grade 4. I have started up my own blog just recently but there is nothing on it at the moment. I am in the middle of writing a post about my first year at high school! It’s so crazy and I can’t believe that it has happened all so fast. Today is my birthday which was awesome and I got lots of nice presents from my family.

I love learning about fractions, that was probably my favourite topic in primary school. In fact we are studying fractions now in class.

QUESTIONS:

Which “fraction in real life” examples did you like?

I like the one with the Pizza because it was easy to understand.

What did you enjoy about this homework task?

I didn’t do it. 🙂

Do you have a favourite “fraction in real life” that you regularly see?

Yes, Curtains because I love the look of them when they split into two.

Well it was nice that I could find your website and I will look on it again soon.

Kind Regards,

Liv 🙂

To 3/4C,

All the fractions looked amazing. They were all creative. I did three fractions.

From Mitch

Dear 3/4C,

The the look of the cheesy pizza looked delicous. I wish I ate it. I also liked Jazmines photo it was funny because Willows head was in the photo.

From Bruno

Hi 3/4c, I have one fraction that you can use in everyday life. There are thirds on a netball court and there are quarters in a netball game. You can probably tell that I like netball! From Chelsea