This is a Kagan-style worksheet I created to help my 5th graders practice fractions. Break the students up into partners and fold the paper on the line so only one side can be seen at a time. The partners take turns completing each problem. This activity can be altered to promote "math talk" and student interaction. For example, one student can talk the other through how to solve the problem. The student solving the problem will follow the steps he/she is told and any corrections or clarifications will be made at the end. The students then switch roles and do this until the worksheet is complete. The students LOVE it!