How can you ensure that students are reviewing previously taught math skills without using a lot of precious class time or adding more to your workload? Daily math review! This low-prep resource is a perfect way to easily have students review number sense for fractions. Use for warmups or exit tickets, like task cards, with small groups, or pair with games!
This resource contains 30 questions covering representing, comparing, and ordering proper and improper fractions and mixed numbers. They are written like word problems, with several problems incorporating tables and pictures. Denominators are limited to numbers of 12 or less.
What Skills Are Covered?
identifying fractions and mixed numbers
representing equivalent fractions
comparing fractions using benchmarks (0, ½, and 1)
comparing and ordering fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators
comparing and ordering fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators
representing fractions as a division statement
30 colorful slides with one question each
30 printer-friendly pages with black-and-white questions (printed multiple questions per page to save paper)
student recording sheet
suggestions for preparation and use
Recommended Grade Levels: 4, 5
Number of Pages: 65
Supported Standards: 2016 Virginia Math SOL 4.2
What Teachers Are Saying:
"Love how there are so many uses for these cards. Perfect to review previously taught skills!" - Megan