## Fractions Greater Than One – Improper Fractions worksheet

Learning objective: Count fractions beyond 1
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## Fractions Greater Than One – Improper Fractions worksheet description

This worksheet introduces pupils to improper fractions by extending number lines beyond 1 and provides an opportunity for pupils to count beyond 1 with variety.

Firstly, learners recap previous knowledge as they look at fractions which equal 1.
Then in section B, students can use an example to fill in gaps on numbers lines that extend past 1 using improper fractions. All number lines begin at 0 in this section.
The same thinking is applied in section C where pupils will complete fractional number sequences that extend past 1.
Section D asks pupils to again complete number lines however this time the number lines do not begin at 0 and students will use the interval gaps between two fractions in order to complete. Section E sees learners stating the size of bars on numbers.
Lastly, students will look at improper fractions that are equal to integers in section F.

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