Get ready to present your students equivalent fractions in a way that they will understand. This resource has a handout and easy practices to get the ball rolling on equivalent fractions. I made this resource with beginners in mind, students who may be struggling to grasp the concept of equivalent fractions. This will provide students with explanations as to why we use multiplication and division to make equivalent fractions and explain how to use cross multiplication to check our answers. With visuals for better understanding and a BOOM deck to follow along this resource is sure to help your students begin or review equivalent fractions.
In the BOOM deck the students will look at fractions and pictures and decide whether the fractions shown are equivalent or not. By completing this deck kiddos can prepare for quizzes, tests, and review this important information which sets the foundation for more complex problem solving skills.
Can be used as an introduction to equivalent fractions, independent work packet, homework, and even substitute material.
When you purchase this product, you will receive a PDF with a link to the digital task cards on the Boom Learning Site (an external website). Cool!
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