This one-page study guide includes five sections that help students review finding equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, and comparing and ordering fractions using whatever means was taught in class. One particular strategy is not specified. There are 14 total questions.
Part I presents students with the results of a survey in table form, requiring them to write a fraction for the number of responses favoring one choice. This requires students to realize that they must find the sum of the data in the table. Next, students are asked to simplify that fraction, showing their work and explaining the steps they took to simplify. This section is a great way to have students use a literacy strategy in math.
Part II presents students with two equivalent fractions where the numerator or denominator of one fraction is missing. They must determine the missing number.
Part III requires students to simplify fractions.
Part IV asks students to compare two fractions using >, <, or =.
Part V consists of two sets of fractions, requiring students to put them in order from least to greatest. Each set contains three fractions to be ordered.
An answer key is included for easy grading or assessment of mastery!