There are two activity sheets (worksheets) here that are puzzles that will reveal quotes made by Dr. Martin Luther King. They look almost identical for those who have students with wandering eyes or for using one for practice to go over in class and the next as independent practice.
Students are to first color the model for the fraction and then compare them and choose the largest. Then the student will write that word in the blank for that question below to form the quote.
All of these are created by me and you will probably find mistakes because I have not given this to students yet. If you do find errors, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can probably correct it pretty easily and will send you a corrected copy. I nearly always find mistakes while going over the papers with my students, even though I have really tried to remove all errors!
I think that these are worthwhile activities for beginning to compare fractions and for activities for MLK day (week) and I hope that you enjoy them. Of course, you can use them as cross curriculum by having the students write an explanation about the quote or have them write more about the quote.
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