This resource starts with a preassessment to see where the students fall with comparing fractions. The next resource is a pre assessment on equivalency. There are Task Cards with partners they find their equivalent partner. The cards are already matched so you can cut them apart and shuffle before students enter the classroom. The students can match the definition cards that comes next in the bundle. Then an equivalency worksheet can be found, the students will cut the strips and fold one strip in fourths and the other in eighths. After folding the strips, the students can complete the number line by numbering it in eighths and then finding the equivalency in fourths. The strips can help them see equivalency. If students are still needing to understand equivalency, the next activity is great for tactile learners, as the hold fraction cards in correct order. I suggest laminating fraction cards and students line up in front of the classroom in order 1/8, 2/8, 3/8, etc. Then, the equivalent students line up in front of the matching partner in number line. After this, there is a fun Go Fish Fraction equivalency game that I make several copies of and students play this in groups. Finally, is a post test that you can use to assess students.