Ready to reinforce fractions in a fun way that your students will love? Digital mystery pictures will keep your students engaged while reinforcing important fraction skills. Students will practice comparing fractions, identifying equivalent fractions, converting from a mixed number to an improper fraction, fractions in word form, and more!
How They Work
Students will fill in the answer for each question in the Google Sheet. Each time they fill in an answer correctly, part of the mystery picture will be revealed. If the student types the wrong answer, the box will turn red and they will try again. This makes this resource completely self-checking. Once all the answers are filled it, the mystery picture will be completely revealed.
The ten mystery pictures that are included are:
- Compare the fractions (improper and mixed).
- Identify the equivalent fraction.
- Convert from an improper to a mixed fraction.
- Convert from a mixed to an improper fraction.
- Multiply fractions by whole numbers.
- Addition and subtraction with like denominators
- Addition and subtraction with unlike denominators
- Addition and subtraction with like AND unlike denominators
- Fractions in word form
- Compare the fractions (mixed and improper)
This digital resource is in Google Sheets™️ format, making it compatible with Google Classroom™️. This resource is only intended for digital learning; there is no PDF document included.
What Teachers Are Saying
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "I love the variety of activities provided... from comparing fractions, to converting between mixed # and improper fractions to adding and subtracting fractions with like and unlike denominators I found this resource to be a comprehensive for those introductory fraction activities. The self check is an extra added benefit of this resource!" Lisa V.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "My goodness! My students absolutely loved this. They kept asking for more. I love when they are happy and learning at the same time. What a great resource!" Christy W.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "My students loved the first one of these we did. They were able to work and complete it independently. This was great because with remote learning, many check out and don't turn assignments in without a lot of help. Students were very excited to see what picture would appear. The skills were broken down the way that I want to teach, so it was extremely helpful for me." Heather H.