The 8 "think sheets" will help your students see patterns when converting whole numbers to fractions, proper to improper, and improper to proper. This skill is necessary when adding and subtracting fractions with uncommon denominators as well as understanding multiplying and dividing fractions. There are two levels for three of the worksheets so you can easily differentiate in your class.
Note: All eight worksheets are in the Preview above.
How can I use this product?
Just print and copy a set for each student to have them work through the sheets on their own or in a small group setting. There is a full Answer Key.
What is included?
The 18 page PDF file contains:
One worksheet for figuring out how many parts in are in 1 whole, 2 wholes, or 3 wholes, such as 4/4, 8/4, 12/4
One worksheet for breaking down an improper fraction by drawing and explaining, such as 5/4 equals 1 1/4 because there are four fourths in one, so 5/4 is one whole with an extra fourth.
One basic worksheet for fractions to whole numbers, such as 18/6 = 3
One advance worksheet for fractions to whole numbers, such as 48/6 = 8
One basic worksheet for converting improper fractions to proper, such has 16/7
One advanced worksheet for converting improper fractions to proper, such as 36/13
One basic worksheet for converting proper fractions to proper, such as 1 4/7
One advanced worksheet for converting proper fractions to proper, such as 3 4/21
Each worksheet has a matching answer key.
Is this available in a bundle?
Yes! Please check out my Ultimate Fraction Work Book
Do you have other products that are related?
Please check out all my fraction activities!
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