Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers at different stages and with varied difficulty in this set of 4 differentiated BUMP games. All games and answer keys look very similar, and the rules are the same for each game. As students are ready to advance to new skills, they will know how to play. Games are scaffolded to support different skill levels of students. You can see the different skills in the game descriptions below.
Game 1– Players convert improper fractions to mixed numbers without reducing
This game requires students to change an improper fraction into a mixed number without having to reduce.
Game 2- Players convert improper fractions to mixed numbers with reducing
This game requires students to change an improper fraction into a mixed number, then reduce to find the answer in lowest terms.
Game 3- Players add basic fractions with like denominators and convert answers to mixed numbers
This game requires that students add fractions with common denominators and then convert the improper fraction to a mixed or whole number. Some problems require reducing.
Game 4- Players add basic fractions with unlike denominators and convert answers to reduced mixed numbers
This game requires that students add fractions with uncommon denominators and then convert the improper fraction to a mixed or whole number. All problems require reducing.
4 Differentiated Games for Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
Student Directions and Answer Keys for each game
Information for the Teacher
Place Markers (for students playing)
How can you use these games?
Whole group skill introduction
Whole group skill review
Small Group or Guided Math instruction
Activities for Students who Finish Work Early
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