Multiplying and Dividing Fractions - Which is Largest (a comparison game)
In this game show style activity, students will multiply and divide fractions. Students will complete four problems per round to decide which answer is the largest.
• Instructions and ideas for variations
• Powerpoint presentation (Questions are not editable, but there is a blank side at the end to include your own questions.)
• Answer Key
• Student Cards
There are 10 slides of questions included in the powerpoint file, with one blank slide at the end for you to make your own questions. Download the preview and look at the thumbnails to make sure the problems are appropriate for your students.
This is also part of the following bundle:
Fractions and Decimals Activity Bundle
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