20+ pages, 5 differentiated lessons to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, mixed numbers with renaming, and multiply fractions. The answers guide students through a Valentine's Day drawing. This worksheet comes with an answer key and a teacher's guide for ideas!
Worksheet #1 -Fraction Addition with Unlike Denominators
Worksheet #2 -Mixed Number Addition with Unlike Denominators
Worksheet #3- Mixed Number Subtraction with Renaming
Worksheet #4- Fraction Multiplication
Worksheet #5- Mixed Number Fraction Multiplication
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