Fractions Galore! (10 Worksheets on Beginning Aspects)

* This is a complete set of 10 worksheets on various beginning aspects of fractions. Here is what you'll receive:

- - Page 1 - reducing fractions from the WRITTEN WORD; the fractions are all written out in words thus making students "think" more for their answers; (20 examples)

- - Page 2 - true or false reducing fractions; again, fractions are WRITTEN OUT IN WORDS, but students are given the answers and must respond true or false as to whether the answer is correct; not as easy as it sounds; (20 examples)

- - Page 3 - Fraction Balloons! Students must match fractions in balloons with their equivalent answers in boxes; (15 examples)

- - Page 4 - lowest common denominators; students must select the factor that is NOT a common factor of a given number; not easy; (16 examples)

- - Page 5 - lowest common denominators; students must write the LCD for a set of fractions; (24 examples)

- - Page 6 - Equivalent Fractions #1 - difficult and challenging; "How many twenty fourths would five sixths equal?" (13 examples)

- - Page 7 - Equivalent Fractions #2 - fill in the boxes with the missing numbers to make each fraction equivalent; (15 examples)

- - Page 8 - Equivalent Fractions #3 - fill in the missing blanks for: "one third = _________ ninths?"; (12 examples)

- - Page 9 - True or False Equivalent Fractions Challenge! Not for the beginner! "is fourteen sixteenths equivalent to seven eighths?" (20 examples)

- - Page 10 - Mixed and Improper fractions; students write opposite of what is given; (24 examples)

* 10 worksheets on beginning aspects of fractions all ready for you.

* Your download of 20 pages includes answers.

Designed and created by David Filipek.
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Created: Feb 28, 2017

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