If you were happy with Oak National Academy then by all means continue. But set a time limit of an hour at most.
Lesson 6 looks at non unit fractions which we have explored in class.
Lessons 7 and 8 go on to find fractions of amounts for non unit fractions. This is incrementally harder because it requires an understanding of proportionality. One fifth of 30 is 6 (which we use times table knowledge to find by asking 5 x ? = 30). Two fifths of 30 is 12 because we need to double the six because we are finding two fifths.
Lessons 9 and 10 look at ordering fractions, both unit fractions and fractions with the same denominator. Again we have done some of this, but it is a topic which is open to misconceptions and needs to be re visited.
If you think the online lesons were a form of torture, please accept my apologies and try these:
Quick revisit of unit fractions of an amount.
Again, try some fractions of amounts.
Fractions of amounts
Now we'll recap thirds and two thirds
There are only so many work sheets I can inflict......
Try looking at the BBC Bitesize Year 3 maths page for today and last Friday. There are puzzles and problems - but the answers are included so no cheating. I might ask you to explain how you got the answers.