EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS 4
Do your students need extra practice in equivalent fractions? Can they tell if a set of numbers is equivalent?
This worksheet has a "twist" to it. The "twist" is that the examples are all written out IN WORDS to make your students "think" a little more. Here are some examples:
* eight twelfths and two thirds
* three fifths and nine fifteenths
Is each of these pairs of numbers equivalent fractions?
ARE YOU THINKING? YOUR STUDENTS WILL BE!
Your students will first have to READ the fractions correctly, then they must WRITE them correctly and then SOLVE them correctly (hopefully!) Challenging and thought-provoking. Great mental math practice!
Decorated for fun. Your download of 2 pages includes answers. By David Filipek
* ALSO AVAILABLE FOR THIS AGE LEVEL - CLICK ANY LINK YOU WANT:
- FRACTIONS FUN QUIZ!
- 25 written QUESTIONS all dealing with fractions! These are NOT EXAMPLES, but actual questions about fractions and their properties. Challenge your students as they have a little FUN! They might even learn something from this!
- FRACTIONS & DECIMALS MATCH! CHALLENGING!
- Check out this worksheet where students must match a column of decimals with a column of fractions. Much harder than it sounds. They must have an understanding of the relationship between decimals and fractions to solve this. They might even have to “think”!!
- POWERPOINT “FRACTIONS ARE FUN”
- Designed as a whole-class lesson this Powerpoint gets students actively involved in the answers. Great activity with great graphics will keep students engaged. NOT for the beginner!
* * * GREAT TEACHING TO YOU!