This powerpoint presentation is saved and sold as a .pdf for you to use with your students as a review on fractions! You can use this with the whole class or in centers. I've used this with my whole class and have my students show me their answers on mini white boards or on the recording sheet that is included. In centers, one student gets to be the "teacher" while the rest of the small group writes/shows their answers. Whatever works for you!
There are 12 fractions for your students to identify and then work with. They'll be asked to create an equivalent and then will be asked if it can be reduced. In the presentation, if the fraction can be reduced, there is a slide that says "yes" and then the following slide will actually show the answer. I did this with my students so that they would then be forced to think of the answer if they had originally said it could not be simplified.
It is saved as a .pdf due to the math fonts and graphics used within. They will not save correctly to your computer in any other saved form.
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