Sorry I wrote so much, but I want you to know exactly what you're getting here.
This is a complete set of 10 worksheets on various aspects of fractions. Here is what you'll receive:
Page 1 - reducing fractions from the written word; fractions are written out in words thus making students "think" more for their answers; (20 examples)
Page 2 - true or false reducing fractions; again, fractions are written out in words but students are given the answers and must respond true or false as to whether the answer is correct; (20 examples)
Page 3 - Fraction Balloons! Students must match fractions in balloons with their equivalent answers in boxes; (15 examples)
Page 4 - lowest common denominators; students must select the factor that is NOT a common factor of a given number; not easy; (16 examples)
Page 5 - lowest common denominators; students must write the LCD for a set of fractions; (24 examples)
Page 6 - Equivalent Fractions #1 - difficult and challenging; "How many twenty fourths would five sixths equal?" (13 examples)
Page 7 - Equivalent Fractions #2 - fill in the boxes with the missing numbers to make each fraction equivalent; (15 examples)
Page 8 - Equivalent Fractions #3 - fill in the missing blanks for: "one third = _________ ninths?"; (12 examples)
Page 9 - True or False Equivalent Fractions Challenge! Not for the beginner! "is fourteen sixteenths equivalent to seven eighths?" (20 examples)
Page 10 - Mixed & Improper fractions; students write opposite of what is given; (24 examples)
The thumbnails only show you 4 - see download preview for a great sampling of all 10 of them. There is a lot of work here. Your download of 20 pages includes answers. All sheets decorated for fun. By David Filipek
* I make all my worksheets as carefully as these and have many others on fractions and decimals for this age level. Check them out by clicking the link below called "DAVID FILIPEK STORE LINK" and it'll take you right there. Great teaching to you!
DAVID FILIPEK STORE LINK