How many ways to make 1? Use the Make a Whole game, record the number sentences each time you make a whole/1.

Mum baked 2 pies and took them to grandma’s house for Sunday dinner. On Monday mum is looking at the leftovers and she wants to know if she has enough pie for the family for dinner. She has 2/3 of one pie and 1/6 of one pie and she has 5 people to feed. Will she have enough for each person to have one piece of pie? Draw a diagram to show how you know, write the number sentence to show your steps to finding your solution.

You buy a block of chocolate that has 24 squares. The first day you eat half of the chocolate. Each day after that you eat half of what is left. Show as a diagram and with number sentences what happens. Explain what you notice.

Mum baked 4 pies and took them to grandma’s house for Sunday dinner. The family ate 3/8 of the beef pie, 1/3 of the steak and kidney pie, 5/6 of the cottage pie and ¾ of the curry pie. How much is left over? Draw a diagram to show how you know, write the number sentence to show your steps to finding your solution. Explain your process and justify your solution.

You buy a block of chocolate that has 36 squares. The first day you eat half of the chocolate. Each day after that you eat half of what is left. Show and describe what happens. How many days will it take you to finish the chocolate and how can you justify your reasoning?

If your family drinks 1 ½ litres of milk on Monday, 1 ¾ litres of milk on Tuesday, 2 ⅔ litres on Wednesday, ⅞ of a litre on Thursday, 1 ½ litres on Friday and 3 ⅓ litres over the weekend, how many litres will they buy for the week and how much will there be left on Sunday night?