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FRACTIONS LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS
You receive 2 worksheets on LCDs. Here is what you'll get:
Worksheet #1 - LCD Misfits, a different kind of worksheet. Students are given a denominator and a set of factors, but ONE of them does NOT belong. They must choose the number that is NOT a factor of th

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LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS
You receive 2 different worksheets on lowest common denominators. Here is what you'll get:
Worksheet #1 - LCD Misfits! A different kind of worksheet. Students must select which number is NOT a LCD! Example: if the lowest common denominator = 36, out of 9,4,7,6 which fact

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LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS SET OF 2
You receive 2 different worksheets on lowest common denominators. Here is what you'll get:
Worksheet 1 - LCD Misfits! A different type of worksheet. Students are given a specific number and a set of factors for that number, BUT ONE of the numbers doesn't belong.

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This is a guide or note sheet to help students learn the basic process of finding & using the LCD. It breaks apart the process step by step!
This is a .zip folder containing both an EDITABLE .pptx version and a .pdf version.

LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR PRACTICE
Do your students need some extra practice in finding the lowest common denominators?
You receive 2 different worksheets where your students will reinforce their understanding. Here is what you'll receive:
Worksheet 1 - LCD MISFITS! A different activity. Your st

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This set of 4 worksheets gives students plenty of practice finding lowest common denominators for groups of 2 and 3 fractions. The first worksheet includes step-by-step directions to remind students of the process, and groups of 2 fractions for practice. The other worksheets give students groups o

I created the Comparing Fractions by Finding the Lowest Common Denominator Worksheet when teaching the 4.NF.2 standard.
This worksheet asks the students to compare fractions by finding their lowest common multiples and by using benchmark fractions. At the beginning of the worksheet is an example

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Lowest Common Denominator worksheetsThis is a useful set of worksheets that help students learn to solve problems using their knowledge of fractions.This pack contains 6 color worksheets that can also be printed in black and white. They are designed of help students solve fractions problems by tackl

Included in this unit:•Anchor chart that can be printed for students, hung in the classroom, or put in an interactive notebook or Google Classroom.•Practice sheet•Task CardsDirections for Task Card UseThese cards can be used as:•A scoot game. (Hand cards around the room, or place on student’s desks,

Practice worksheets to find the lowest common denominator and quick common denominator for a fraction pair

This is a great way to teach the 3 ways to find the Lowest Common Denominator.

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In this set of 3 mazes students will practice or review finding the lowest common denominator between 2 fractions. This activity is fun for a center or homework and much more engaging than a worksheet.
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3 mazes
Answer keys

Also included in: Common Denominator Activity Bundle

Simplest Form and Equivalent Fractions, Comparing & Ordering Fractions: visual, interactive "doodle notes" -
When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:
- new learning

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There is an easy way to find a common denominator between two fractions - multiply the denominators together! This might not find the lowest common denominator, but often times we need to reduce when using the LCD anyway. This download includes a lesson on the easiest way to find common denominators

This graphic organizer details the steps in finding a common denominator, one of many steps required to add and subtract like fractions. It is the next logical step after finding the least common multiple of two numbers. This organizer contains 10 problems for students to work on their own while bei

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Great for test prep, math centers, holiday activity, or just a fun review of math skills!
In this activity your students will have 10 addition with mixed number problems, where students will need to reduce answers to simplest or lowest terms. As students correctly identify sums, their answers will

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These task cards help students practice simplifying fractions to lowest terms and finding common denominators.With these cards, students practice mathematical thinking with HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS!
It's time to use task cards that actually challenge students. My task card sets will prepare you

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This is Part 4 of "Understanding Fractions", a multi-part Scaffolded fractions curriculum.
Part 4 topics include Reducing Fractions, Equivalent Fractions, Lowest Common Denominators, and Comparing Fractions with Different Denominators.
Includes Quizzes and a Test, along with answer keys for practi

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Great for test prep, math centers, holiday activity, or just a fun review of math skills!
In this activity your students will have 10 addition with mixed number problems, where students will need to convert answers of improper fractions to mixed numbers, and then reduce answers to simplest or lowes

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Do your students need extra practice finding multiples of a number? Finding multiples was easy for my students since they could relate to "counting by" a number. However once they learn factors, they seem to always confuse the two! (and since they're taught within the same week, this is unavoidabl

Also included in: Math Test Prep Games Bundle

This poster demonstrates adding fractions by the "a/b + c/d = (ad + bc)/bd" method. This "crisscross" method to add (and subtract) fractions is a lot less cumbersome than finding the lowest common denominator. In this download you will receive the poster seen in the thumbnail as well as one without

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Finding the lowest common denominator, changing denominators, not changing denominators, finding a reciprocal, and reducing fractions to lowest terms are complex issues and often very difficult concepts for mathphobic students. Although fractions are something every student should learn, often times

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