Finding Equivalent Fractions

After learning how to compare equivalent fractions using fraction bars, young mathematicians make equivalent fractions using grids and rectangles. Then, they complete a learning exercise that has eight skills practice problems.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use as a self-guided lesson, independent skills practice, or for learners that were absent on day of instruction
Classroom Considerations

  • The first page reviews how to identify equivalent fractions using fraction bars
  • The eighth in a series of 10 lessons that makes up a unit from the TransMath® text
  • The line graphs sheet does not have practice to go along with it; consider adding questions to answer using the graphs
Pros

  • Worksheet poses a variety of skills practice problems
Cons

  • No answer key is provided
Common Core