# Online Equivalent Fractions Activities & Exercises

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Four targets with fractions appear on the screen along with a question such as : "What is 2/3 equivalent to?".

Shoot the target with the correct answer by clicking it with the mouse.

There are 20 questions, click carefully because you get 1 point for every correct answer, but you lose 1 point for every wrong answer.

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Drag the green cards from the right and drop them on their matching ones on the left. There are a total of 9 cards.

When you finish, you can get a set of new cards to practice.

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Start by choosing the difficulty level.

In every trial you will be presented with four fractions. Three of them are equivalent, while one of them is not equal.

Click the fraction that is not equal to proceed to the next trial.

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In every trial you will be given a "true" or "False" question, whether two fractions are equal to each other or not.

Click the turtle that holds the correct answer to proceed to the next trial.

### Fill in the missing denominators

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You will be given a set of fraction pairs. In each pair, one denominator will be missing.

Type in the missing denominators, and click the "Check" button to get feedback and see which answers were correct and which were wrong.

### Multiple Choice Questions

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In this activity you will be presented a fraction on the top, and five cards on the bottom, depicting fractions whether as numbers or as a diagram.

Click the card on the bottom that represents the equivalent fraction.

### Equivalent Fractions Matching

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A set of cards will appear on the top and on the bottom.

Every card has a fraction represented, either as numbers or as diagrams.

Create pairs of equivalent fractions by matching the above cards to their correspondent bottom cards.

### Equivalent Fractions Quiz

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This is a multiple choice quiz which consists of 10 questions.

Each question comes with a complete and detailed solution which the student can learn from.

## The following are Flash Based Activities:

### Equivalent Fishy Fractions

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Four fish will appear on the bottom of the screen, each one with a simple fraction on it.

Help the pelican catch a fish, by clicking the one with the fraction that equals to the fraction that appears on the top board.

Also, try to avoid hitting various obstacles on the way, which will cause you to loose time.

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Hang the monkeys from their tails on the correct matching rings.

The idea is to match the values the monkeys are showing in the signs they are holding, to those appearing above the rings.

The first level is very easy and serves as an introduction, but the following levels will get harder.

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Match the pairs by clicking them with the mouse. This version includes 4 pairs with easy fractions.

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Another version of the matching game, with more and harder pairs.

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Make the left fraction an equivalent to the one given on the right.

You control the left fraction's numerator and denominator by clicking the + and - buttons next to them.

When you are satisfied with your answer, click the "Check" button. If you are correct, you will get hand claps and a new trial will begin.

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15 fractions are located on the ground.

Drag them into the circles around, and make groups of three equivalent fractions in every circle.

When you finish, click the "Check" button to check your accuracy.

The interactive, free activities found here are meant to help students develop skills in identifying and comparing different sets of equivalent fractions.

They will allow students to visualize each fraction by providing pictures and graphics, and show them other fractions that may or may not be equal.

These lessons are suitable for kids in grades 3rd, 4th & 5th grade and are perfect for building skill and confidence in the subject area by letting the children have fun and learn about math, through playing games and injecting some excitement into the subject.

The games are relatively easy and provide a gentle to moderate challenge at each level, ideal for guiding students along in their journey in learning fractions.