Students roll a die twice to create a fraction. They will then determine if the fraction they rolled is a fraction or improper fraction. If it's an improper fraction, then they will need to divide the numerator by the denominator. They will then use this to help them write the mixed number. To further reinforce their understanding of what a fraction/mixed number means, they will also use the circles to create a visual representation of the fraction/mixed number. The bottom left corner includes guides on what halves, thirds, fourths, etc. looks like for a circle.
This makes for a quick and fun math center activity. You can print these out and place them in sheet protectors so students can use a white board marker to easily fill in and erase.