LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS
You receive 2 different worksheets on lowest common denominators. Here is what you'll get:
Worksheet #1 - LCD Misfits! A different kind of worksheet. Students must select which number is NOT a LCD! Example: if the lowest common denominator = 36, out of 9,4,7,6 which factor does NOT belong? Students must know their factors in order to do this. It will make them think!
Worksheet #2 - finding the LCD! Students are given sets of fractions and must find the lowest common denominator for each set. Good basic practice;
Reinforcement for an important aspect of any unit on fractions.
Your download of 4 pages includes answers.
See the thumbnails for a clearer idea. Decorated for fun. By David Filipek.
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- POWERPOINT “FRACTIONS ARE FUN”
- Designed as a whole-class lesson this Powerpoint gets students actively involved in the answers. Great activity with great graphics will keep students engaged. NOT for the beginner!
- ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF FRACTIONS Word Problems
- NO FLUFF, just 25 word problems all on addition and subtraction of fractions, many involving BOTH operations in one problem.
- HOMOPHONES POWERPOINT LESSON
- Great lesson on “ITS, IT’S, YOUR, YOU’RE, THEY’RE, THEIR and THERE”. 48 questions in all on these common homophones on 46 slides. Designed as a whole-class lesson getting students actively involved in the answers. Engaging and effective. HOMOPHONES!
- FACTORS OR NOT
Two full worksheets. Each box on these worksheets has 12 numbers INSIDE them and one number OUTSIDE the box. Your students must circle all the numbers inside the box that are factors of the numbers outside the box. Let’s see if they know their factors!
* * * GREAT TEACHING TO YOU!