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Change Improper Fractions as Mixed Numbers Self-Checking Digital Activity

Do your students struggle with changing (reconvert) improper fractions to mixed numbers? This renaming improper fractions as mixed numbers activity is perfect for getting your students engaged in a fun way without the typical worksheet. This fun digital activity uses Google Sheets and turns each question into a self-checking math problem that reveals if their answer is correct (by turning green and revealing part of the picture) or incorrect (by turning red and not revealing part of the picture). I hope your students have just as much fun and success with this as mine did!

In this self-checking activity, Puzzle Picture Reveal, students answer questions to reveal the mystery picture.  After solving the question on a whiteboard, scratch paper, or the provided recording sheet, students type their final answer into the appropriate cell.  When questions are answered correctly, their answer turns green and part of the mystery picture is revealed.  When a question is incorrect, the answer turns red and no new picture is revealed.

Standards & Learning Goals

4.NF.3b – I can write mixed numbers as improper fractions.


➡️ Here’s what’s included:

  • 12 Change Improper Fractions to Mixed Fractions Problems in Google Sheets that will save you time correcting
  • Student Recording Sheet so that students show their mathematical process
  • Teacher Answer Key for another timesaver!

➡️ What You Need to Know:

The digital resource was created using Google Sheets.

➡️  Ways to Use this Paperless Resource:

Morning Work

•Bell Ringer


•Exit Ticket

•Lesson Check for Understanding

•Math Warm-Up


➡️ This is a no-prep resource! Once added to your Google Drive, you can immediately assign to students using Google Classroom or another Learning Management System!

➡️ Who should purchase this resource?

  • Teachers looking for resources that can be used in the classroom and for practice at home
  • Teachers looking for resources that review BOTH procedural and conceptual understanding of math content
  • Teachers looking for digital activities for math review, math test prep, or math practice.
  • Teachers looking for READY TO GO math activities.