Students will look at the visual representation to determine the fraction. Then the students will have to change the fraction to a mixed number. On the bottom half, the students will have to fill out the circles to represent the mixed number. There 7 different sheets from halves to eighths. These are all blank, so you have the opportunity to create your own problems that are suited for the needs of your students.
Top half: Fill in enough pieces that would create an improper fraction. It's advised to fill in pieces in all three circles.
Bottom half: Leave blank. Students will fill this in to create a visual representation for the mixed number.
Example: On the sheet with circles in thirds, you may have the 3 circles filled in with 2, 1, and 2 pieces. This represents 5/3. Students will change this to a mixed number of 1 and 2/3. On the bottom half, the students should fill in the entire first circle and 2 pieces in the second circle.
Create your own problems by filling in the top circles, slip these into sheet protectors, and your students can complete these with a white board marker! Great for math centers!!