40 Simplifying Fractions to Lowest Form Task Cards. These digital and printable fraction task cards use a variety of different ways to challenge and engage your students in practicing reducing fractions. The fractions are written in words and numbers to help your students practice writing and recognizing fractions written in word form! Check out the three page preview for a look at the different types of tasks students complete!
What's included in this set of SIMPLIFYING FRACTIONS task cards?
- 16 Multiple Choice Cards
- 16 “Short Answer” (No choice) Cards
- 8 Word Problems
- Student recording worksheet
- Answer Key
- Digital version in Google Slides
Digital Access: These task cards now include free digital access via Google Slides! Each card is on its own individual Slide so that you can assign as many or as few as you would like (Directions included). Each card comes ready to use with text boxes, draggable pieces, etc.
Why Use Task Cards In Your Simplifying Fractions Lesson?
Task cards are the perfect way to get hands-on with learning! Unlike traditional worksheets, task cards allow students to get moving! Place task cards around the room (or outside!) and set your students free to move while they cover important educational standards. Task cards are also the perfect tool for differentiation – just pick the card(s) that each student needs to work on the most. Too difficult? Leave it out. Too easy? Choose a more challenging card!
Perfect for 4th grade and up
You can also buy these as part of my HUGE Fraction Concepts Task Card Bundle!
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