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- Students will work on 18 Adding and Subtracting Fraction problems. proper fractions and mixed numbers are usedanswers are given as both improper fractions and mixed numberssome answers are negativeworked out solutions ARE providedTo complete the circuit, they will have to complete all of the problem
- Students will work on 18 Multiplying Fraction problems. proper fractions and mixed numbers are usedanswers are given as both improper fractions and mixed numbersnegative numbers are usedworked out solutions ARE providedTo complete the circuit, they will have to complete all of the problems. They wil
- Students will work on 18 Mixed Operations with Fraction problems. problems involve two operations (+ – x)students must follow order of operations proper fractions and mixed numbers are usedanswers are given as both improper fractions and mixed numberssome answers are negativeworked out solutions ARE
- Students will work on 18 Dividing Fraction problems. proper fractions and mixed numbers are usedanswers are given as both improper fractions and mixed numberssome answers are negativeworked out solutions ARE providedTo complete the circuit, they will have to complete all of the problems. They will g

Bundle Description

Each circuit contains 18 problems. There are FOUR different circuits: Adding and Subtracting Fractions, Multiplying Fractions, Mixed Operations with Fractions, and Dividing Fractions.

- proper fractions and mixed numbers are used
- answers are given as both improper fractions and mixed numbers
- some answers are negative
- worked out solutions ARE provided

To complete the circuit, they will have to complete all of the problems. They will get to "self-check" by the time they finish, because each answer is attached to the subsequent problem they work on.

You can use this as review, as a game (see who can finish the circuit the fastest!) or even as an assessment.

Directions: Begin in Cell #1.

To advance in the circuit, search for your answer and write 2 in the blank. Do that problem and continue in this manner until you complete the circuit. You should NOT need any technology. Attach a separate sheet of paper if you need more space to work out the problem.

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24 pages

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