Are you looking for an engaging way to practice simplifying fractions? This Google Slides worksheet alternative includes 16 slides with a variety of activities that support learners at different levels. These activities are perfect for guided practice, independent practice, and math centers.
Do your students struggle with writing fractions in simplest terms? This resource helps build a solid understanding of simplifying fractions by breaking the process down into smaller steps. With 16 slides and 37 problems, you can tailor these activities to the level of your students. Pick and choose the activities you need.
- List the factors of the numerator and denominator. Then use the greatest common factor to simplify the fraction. (6 problems)
- Determine the divisor being used to simplify the given fraction. (9 problems)
- Simplify each fraction using the divisor that is listed. (6 problems)
- Match each simplified fraction to its corresponding equivalent fraction. (16 problems)
What you’ll get:
- 16 colorful slides
- Answer key
What teachers are saying…
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This worked great with Ch 6 in the GoMath 4th grade series. This was used to supplement the problems in the book, which many times do not allow for students to work out the steps described in examples. These slides help with that!” – Mahnon M.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Thank you! Love that this is interactive and students can click and drag. Also like how it was broken up into sections allowing students to build independence.” – Amanda M.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This resource was very good at breaking down the steps to simplifying fractions. And the fact that it was easy to pick and choose those slides that I needed was perfect!! Thank you so much!” – Jonelle B.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This resource was very good at breaking down the steps to simplifying fractions. Used as review and remediation support for struggling students. Very clearly breaks down the process of simplifying into a process they can repeat in the future.” – Courtney F.
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Tip – Students will need to work in “edit” mode to use the movable pieces.
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