# Lesson overview:More fractions on a numberline

- In this lesson, we will represent fractions as numbers on a numberline. We look at fractions with a numerator greater than 1, and where they would sit on a suitable numberline. We also look at how to construct a suitable segmented numberline based upon the fraction we are looking at.

## Core Content

- In this lesson, we will represent fractions as numbers on a numberline. We look at fractions with a numerator greater than 1, and where they would sit on a suitable numberline. We also look at how to construct a suitable segmented numberline based upon the fraction we are looking at.

## Taking fractions further:

- Building wholes
- Building and comparing wholes
- Building and comparing wholes from different unit fractions
- More building and comparing wholes from different unit fractions
- Representing non-unit fractions
- More representing non-unit fractions
- Non-unit fractions in different contexts
- Fractions equivalent to one whole
- Visualising non-unit fractions
- Fractions on a numberline
- More fractions on a numberline
- Counting fractions
- Repeated addition of unit fractions
- More repeated addition of unit fractions
- Fractions equal to one whole
- Beginning to compare non-unit fractions
- Using Equivalence to 1 to Compare Non-Unit Fractions
- Use Several Methods to Compare Two Fractions with the Same Denominator
- Can We Easily Compare Two Fractions With the Same Denominator?
- Order Several Non-Unit Fractions with the Same Denominator and Apply this Understanding
- What do you notice when comparing two unit fractions using an area model?
- What do you notice when comparing two unit fractions on a numberline?
- Use What You Know to Compare Two Non-Unit Fractions With the Same Numerator