Display and discuss the annotated example on slide 11 and complete the whole class example on slide 12.
Read through the review activity on slide 13. Answer any questions the students may have about the task and allow the students a small amount of time to complete the activity e.g. ten minutes. Encourage the students to share some of the equivalent fractions they created for each image.
Place the students into pairs. Allow the students to use the Equivalent Fractions Cards to play a variety of card games. Some examples of such games include ‘Memory’ (students must match equivalent fractions to win a pair), ‘Snap’ (students must snap when equivalent fractions appear on top of one another) and ‘Go Fish’ (students must ask their partners for equivalent fractions to make a pair).