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Can be used as homework, classwork, centers...just about anything!
Directions for revealing the secret message:
Step #1: Reduce each fraction to simplest form.
Step #2: Find each simplified fractions in the grid and color them in.
***Each one will appear in the grid more than once, so make

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice reducing fractions with minimal prep? The Reducing Fractions Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this activity, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Stu

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Fractions Games
Fraction Math Sort #1 Students will use an improper fraction to find the correct mixed number or switch it! I included enough so that it can be split into 2 sorts. Each card is placed next to its "answer" and there are 2 sets per page.
Fraction Math Sort #2 Reducing Fractions sort

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Since many students do not know their multiplication tables, working with fractions can be an impossible task, but the divisibility rules, if learned and understood, can be an excellent math tool. This resource makes it easier to divide numbers, reduce fractions, and determine factors. It contains f

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Mastering Simplest Form is an essential and difficult skill for students to tackle. This set of twenty-four task cards is an excellent way to practice while easily engaging your students. There are six task cards to a page for easy printing. An answer key is included.
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Students practice reducing Fractions to lowest terms. Cards can be completed all at once or only a few at a time using the answer sheet to record which have been completed and which still need to be done. Once they have solved the problem, they use a device to scan the QR code to self-correct their

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QR Codes Reducing Fractions Task Cards
QR Codes are the next big thing! QR Codes are a phenomenal way to incorporate technology to make your lessons more engaging. All you need is to cut and laminate, and you're ready to go! I like to place these at a work station with a device that can read QR Cod

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Students will enjoy this hands-on activity. Students must solve tangram puzzles by matching each fraction with their equivalent fraction expressed in lowest terms. Create different stations and have students rotate to each station.
Common Core Domains 4.NF and 5.NF
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Reducing Fractions Scoot Activity/Task Cards
Scoot, scoot, scoot! Don't your kids just love to scoot!! This Reducing Fractions Scoot Activity gives 4th and 5th graders a fantastic opportunity to move around while learning. This will really help your students who NEED to move. In this scoot activity

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REDUCING FRACTIONS BATTLESHIP
* Can your students use some great practice in reducing fractions?
* ALL EXAMPLES ARE WRITTEN OUT “IN WORDS” TO MAKE YOUR STUDENTS “THINK” A LITTLE MORE.
* 24 EXAMPLES TO READ AND REDUCE!
* Your students will enjoy using the enclosed chart to solve these exampl

This resources is for grades 5-7.
Included are 10 activity mats and a recording sheet.
Students spin 2 spinners on their mat and find the factors of the pair of numbers spun, the GCF, create a fraction identifying the numerator and denominator, reduce the fraction using the GCF and then identify

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This 33 page resource contains six different fraction riddle resources which provide students practice in identifying fractional parts in lowest terms, understanding equivalent fractions as well as identifying basic percents. It is a fun and engaging way to utilize these math concepts while keeping

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This product includes a flapbook (foldable) you can use while teaching or reviewing fractions. I personally use it before I start teaching adding and subtracting fractions. We complete it and put it in our interactive notebooks. It is a great reference for students to use who are struggling. In this

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SCOOT is a fun game that gets your students up and moving while reviewing the important skill of reducing fractions to the lowest term.
Packet includes:
Teacher directions
32 Fraction SCOOT cards
Tracking Sheet
Scratch Paper
Answer Key
Resource created by: Jessica Lawler
Joy in the Journey

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Are your students struggling with the steps to reduce fractions? This well help. Included in this file are 2, 2-sided worksheets. Both worksheets have students find the Greatest Common Factor of the numerator and denominator. I have also included a Reducing Fractions Template that I laminate and

Simplifying (Reducing) Fractions will be so much fun with this Math Mystery Activity 'Case of The Shogun's Sword.' Students will find themselves in Japan during the year 1850, helping the Shogun solve who switched his precious sword. It's a great way to get lots of practice in simplifying (reducing)

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Also included in: 4th Grade SKILLS Math Mystery Bundle

Reduce Fractions To Lowest Terms Cupcakes Matching Activity
This is a PDF that contains 13 total pages.
This activity is a cut & paste matching activity that involves reducing fractions to lowest terms.
Students will cut out the cupcakes & icing and then match the unreduced “icing” fracti

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Simplifying (Reducing) Fractions will be so much fun with this Math Mystery Activity 'Case of The Shogun's Sword.' Students will find themselves in Japan during the year 1850, helping the Shogun solve who switched his precious sword. It's a great way to get lots of practice in simplifying (reducing)

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Also included in: 3rd Grade Math Mystery SKILLS Bundle

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The Early Bird Learns!
This set contains:
• 24 task cards for practicing the skill of reducing fractions to lowest terms.
• Title task card.
• 3 take a break cards.
• A student recording sheet (color and black and white).
• Answer key.
I would recommend printing task cards and answer key

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Need a fun way to get your students to practice reducing fractions? This game will add a fun to your classroom while also incorporating computation practice. Great for early finishers or math centers.
This game is a great way to practice reducing fractions to lowest terms.
Students take turns tryi

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This seven page handout has 11 ways to practice recognizing fractional parts, naming equivalent fractions, identifying basic percents (25%, 50%, 75% 100%), and reducing fractions to lowest terms. It is a fun and engaging way to practice math and keep the students actively involved. Specific words ar

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Classroom Search: Reducing Fractions is a great independent learning activity that gets your students up out of their seats while also reducing fractions!
Included are two sets of twelve problems each: one set aimed at basic learners and one aimed at proficient/advanced learners. You can mix and m

Are you looking for a fun game to reinforce the concept of REDUCING FRACTIONS? With this game of strategy, students will find the REDUCED FRACTION for a NUMERATOR and DEMONINATOR while trying to beat their opponent. Should they try for "4 in a Row" or try and block their opponent? The player with FO

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Need a review activity to do with your students before Thanksgiving Break? Use Reducing Fractions Turkey activity to help keep your students working even when they are in anticipation of Thanksgiving Break! Your students can practice reducing 17 fractions while “decorating” their turkey fo

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