Fraction Scoot: Give each student a recording sheet. Cut out the cards and place around the room. Have one student stand by each card. Give them 30 seconds to answer the question to the card in front of them by writing the answer down next to the corresponding number on their recording sheet. After 30 seconds say switch. Students rotate one card to their right. Repeat until each student has answered all 24 questions. Use this as an assessment or a review activity.
Fraction Dominoes: Have students cut out the dominoes. They should line up the cards in order by matching the picture on one domino next to the the fraction that it represents.
Fraction Matchin': In this memory game, students spread the cards out face down. One at a time, they draw two cards. If the story problem matches the correct fraction, they keep the cards and go again. If they don't have a match, they lay the cards back down and it is the next person's turn. Great way for students to practice fractions in real life situations. Print these front to back to get the Fraction Matchin' Label on one side and the questions/answers on the other.
Fraction Stories: This is a worksheet involving real-life situations where students must answer with the correct fraction.
Fraction Bulletin Board Activity: This activity is a fun activity with fractions. Kids use their name and their personal lives to write fractions. At the top, they write their name in a decorative manner (bubble letters, magazine letters, etc.) At the bottom they answer the questions by writing the fraction in word form and number form. Ex. My name is four-sixths (4/6) vowels. My family consists of three-fourths (3/4) girls.