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Maths

Find a Third

To find a third you will need to firstly count the number of all the objects first. Then you will need to divide that number by 3. Here is an example,look at this picture: 

So if I look at the eggs and follow my steps:

1: Count the total number of eggs = 6

2: Divide the eggs equally into three parts (thirds) = 2 2 2

One third or 1/3 = 2 

Below are the links for a video and activity page. Please either print out and complete the worksheet or discuss the answers with your adult or write/draw them into your book.

 

Note: Please start from Week 2- Lesson 2 which is the second tab from the top.NOT Summer week 2.

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