### Connect Four: Simplifying Fractions

Connect Four: Simplifying Fractions! This game is for math in the upper elementary and middle school grades. Students must simplify fractions and connect four spaces in a row on their game board. Great way for students to practice simplifying fractions in small groups or as a math center. This game focuses entirely on simplifying fractions.

### Simplifying Fractions Worksheet and Template

Simplifying fractions worksheet that gives students six strategies to use when simplifying fractions. Also comes in a interactive notebook template format.

### Simplifying Fractions - Headbands Game

Practice simplifying fractions with this SUPER fun Headbands Game! Great for test prep!

### Free Printables for Math

#FREE Simplifying Fractions Guide Simplifying fractions becomes a breeze when students learn to ask these six questions.

### 9 Worksheets on Simplifying Fractions for 6th Graders

9 Worksheets on Simplifying Fractions for 6th Graders: Reduce the Fractions - Worksheet # 2 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

### Fractions Math Flips Game

Fractions Math Flips are math games where students toss a chip on a game board, solve the fraction problem (mixed numbers, improper fractions, identify fractions, equivalent fractions, simplify fractions), and score some points. It's quick and easy to implement and a great review of skills. \$ gr 4-7

### 5th Grade Fraction Activities {5.NF.1, 5.NF.3, 5.NF.4, 5.NF.5, 5.NF.6, 5.NF.7}

"I LOVE that these games include different skill levels for fractions and the kids LOVE them too!" This 5th Grade Fractions Games Pack includes 14 differentiated games for practicing adding fractions, subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, dividing fractions, simplifying fractions, and calculating area with fractions. These games support all of the 5th grade CCSS fraction standards!

### Simplify Fractions Don't Get ZAPPED Math Game

Simplify Fractions ZAP - Engaging math game for your students. Great for math stations or centers. Students will beg you to play again and again. Click to check it out! \$ gr 4-7 More

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