ZEROING IN ON EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS
Equivalent fractions with a "TWIST"!!
The "twist" here is that all of these examples are written out IN WORDS to make your students "think" a little more. Here is what you'll receive:
Page 1 - students must set up small equations to figure these equivalent fractions out; NOT for the beginner; challenging; (13 examples)
Page 2 - fill in the boxes with the missing number; students must make two fractions equivalent by filling in boxes with the correct answers; basic good practice; (15 examples)
Page 3 - students must fill in the blanks with WRITTEN answers to make fractions equivalent; this is again written all out in words to make them think more; (12 examples)
Page 4 - true or false CHALLENGE - students must say whether two fractions are equivalent with each other; much harder than it sounds! all written out in words, not numbers; (20 examples)
See thumbnails or download preview for a clearer idea. Decorated for fun. Your download of 8 pages includes answers. By David Filipek
* ALSO AVAILABLE FOR YOU - CLICK ANY LINK YOU WANT:
- 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!
- 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!
- ROUNDING DECIMALS PLUS!
- 54 examples in all to round PLUS 12 EXTRA examples using < and > comparing decimals with one another. Rounding is up to hundred thousandths. Plenty of great practice and reinforcement.
* * * GREAT TEACHING TO YOU!