Equivalent Fractions are introduced in the common core in third grade and are needed in fourth and fifth grade to add and subtract fractions.
I found my 5th grade students were struggling with equivalent fractions and wanted to create a game that could allow them to practice. This can be used as a center or early finisher activity. I use the vocabulary as a PDF projected on my interactive white board. They can easily be printed and used as posters.
The slides breakdown as follows:
2- 7: Vocabulary Posters
8-9: How do I find equivalent fractions?
10: Note to Teacher
11: directions for group or individual game
12-17: Game Mats
18-23: Fraction Cards
24-26: Answer Key
32: Equivalent Fractions Assessment
This was one of the first resources I made. I wanted to thank those of you that have purchased it over the years by updating it and adding to it.
This update included adding pictures and number lines, envelopes for the sort, three number line worksheets, and updated fonts, formatting and backgrounds.
This is included in the Equivalent Fractions Bundle.