This free, printable worksheet gets students thinking about improper fractions and mixed numbers. The first half of the worksheet gets students convert mixed numbers to improper fractions, and the second half asks for vice versa. The worksheet finishes off with a word problem. Includes answer sheet. Read more at http://kidspressmagazine.com/cool-math/worksheets/fractions-2/improper-fractions-mixed-numbers.html#stRP5y7zAAqY0IFA.99 #math, #fractions, #printable, #worksheet
We introduced fractions greater than one by modeling them with pattern blocks and writing them as a mixed number, and also as an improper fraction. Then we discussed the similarity between the two numbers. After lots of examples with pattern blocks, we moved to pictures in our journals. We started with the mixed number, drew the picture, then named it as an improper fraction. After several of those, we started with the improper fraction, drew the picture, then named it as a mixed number. P3
Getting Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Scoop This set will give your students practice on both changing Mixed Number to Improper Fractions or Improper to Mixed Numbers. You can use it either way. Students will have to match the correct ice cream with the correct cone. They can use the recording sheet to write down the matching ones. You can always fill in either the mixed number or the improper fraction on the answer sheet for beginners to differentiate it.
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers: http://www.shmoop.com/fractions-decimals/mixed-numbers-improper-fractions-exercises.html We strongly recommend that you do not invite an improper fraction to your fancy dinner party. No doubt they will say something that will create an awkward silence, and make things uncomfortable for everyone involved.