Continue your maths book looking at fractions, fractions of amount can be tricky so use lots of practical equipment. You could use Lego brick, pasta shapes, counters, coins anything you can move into piles. Don't forget children need to recognise what a fraction looks like written down.
In a fraction, the denominator represents the number of equal parts in a whole, and the numerator represents how many parts are being considered. You can think of a fraction as p/q is as p parts, which is the numerator of a whole object, which is divided into q parts of equal size, which is the denominator