Students will find the equivalent fractions, the missing numerator of the equivalent fraction. Next to each fraction is an image of the first fraction. The idea is for students to then cut (when multiplying to get an equivalent fraction or group fractional pieces when dividing to get a simplified equivalent fraction) the original fractional image to match the new equivalent fractional pieces. So this worksheet has the fractions with a fractional image to go along with each problem. It helps my students to understand equivalent fractions through concretely manipulating the fractional image. My students were pretty successful in gaining the concrete to then be able to move on to the more abstract of fractional concepts.