# Year 4 Maths task- Tuesday 19th May

Good morning year 4!

You are doing so well with your fraction work at the minute. I have loved seeing the pictures and reading the comments you have posted.

We are continuing our fraction lessons today and have another video for you. Today you will just need a pen and paper. You can either comment your answers below or email in a photo of your work.

i did it and 1 equal part and there’s another one and one more so its all about equal and unequal

If the hexagon is the whole, then the shaded part is one part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 2 equal parts. If the hexagon is the whole, then the shaded part is one part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 6 equal parts. If the hexagon is the whole, then the shaded part is one part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 3 equal parts. If the hexagon is the whole, then the shaded part is one part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 12 equal parts. If this shape is the whole, then the shaded part is one part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 2 equal parts. If this shape is the whole, then the shaded part is one of the whole. The whole has been divided into 6 equal parts. If the line is the whole, then this is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 4 equal parts. If the line is the whole, then this is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 3 equal parts. If the line is the whole, then this is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 6 equal parts. If 16 cakes is the whole, then one group of 2 is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 2 equal parts. If 16 cakes is the whole, then one group of 4 is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 4 equal parts. If 16 cakes is the whole, then 2 is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 8 equal parts. If 16 cakes is the whole, then 1 is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 16 equal parts. If 15 children is the whole, then one team of 5 children is part of the whole. The whole has been divided into 3 equal parts.

Great understanding of the Maths Regina, excellent job!