Guarantee your learners are secure in finding equivalent fractions with the last worksheet in the series on equivalent fractions.

Sections A and B ask students to complete a chain of equivalent fractions from a given numerator or denominator. Use these sections as a starting point for a discussion of the variety of approaches that can be used to find the equivalent fractions as well as recognise the relevance of using factors and multiples.

Section C allows students to be inventive. Can they create 8 fractions equivalent to ^{3}⁄_{4}, ^{2}⁄_{7} and ^{4}⁄_{9}? Why not challenge them to think outside the box? This worksheet even comes with an extension which encourages students to think about the next step, which fractions are in their simplest form?