REDUCING FRACTIONS WITH VARIETY
Can your students reduce fractions well? Do they need reinforcement?
You receive 3 different worksheets all on reducing fractions.
NOT for the beginner as these are quite difficult. Here is what you'll get:
Page 1 - students reduce fractions from the WRITTEN WORD!; these examples are written out IN WORDS, not numbers to make your students "think" a little more; EXAMPLE: "reduce sixteen twentieths"; (20 examples written out like this)
Page 2 - True or False reducing also written out WITH WORDS; harder than it sounds. EXAMPLE: "seven twenty firsts = two thirds, true or false"; (20 examples written out like this)
Page 3 - Fraction Balloons; Each balloon has a fraction in it, each box has its reduced counterpart. Students must find the correct match. (15 examples)
Your download of 6 pages includes answers. Decorated for fun. By David Filipek
(Reducing Fractions with Variety)
- ALSO AVAILABLE FOR THIS AGE LEVEL - CLICK ANY LINK YOU WANT:
- FRACTIONS FUN QUIZ!
- 25 written QUESTIONS all dealing with fractions! These are NOT EXAMPLES, but actual questions about fractions and their properties. Challenge your students as they have a little FUN! They might even learn something from this!
- FRACTIONS & DECIMALS MATCH! CHALLENGING!
- Check out this worksheet where students must match a column of decimals with a column of fractions. Much harder than it sounds. They must have an understanding of the relationship between decimals and fractions to solve this. They might even have to “think”!!
- FACTORS OR NOT
Two full worksheets. Each box on these worksheets has 12 numbers INSIDE them and one number OUTSIDE the box. Your students must circle all the numbers inside the box that are factors of the numbers outside the box. Let’s see if they know their factors!
* * * GREAT TEACHING TO YOU!