**Use our comparing improper fractions to mixed numbers worksheet set to give your students practice representing and comparing fractions. **

**Our Comparing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Worksheet Set Makes Differentiation Easy**

If you are looking for a differentiated comparing improper fractions to mixed numbers worksheet set, you have come to the right place! This set includes three worksheets that will have your students shading area models and using the greater than, less than, and equal signs when comparing improper fractions to mixed numbers.

**This resource includes three worksheets:**

**Level 1:**Students look at shaded area models and compare using >,<, and =**Level 2:**Students must first shade the area models to match the improper fractions or mixed numbers and then compare them using <,>, and =**Level 3:**A second worksheet where students must both shade and compare

This comparing improper fractions to mixed numbers worksheet set is a great activity for independent practice, small groups, or as an exit ticket or homework assignment. Answer keys are included in this resource as well.

**Shading In Fractions for Understanding**

By shading in fractions to create an area model, students solidify their understanding of what each fractional amount represents. This is the first step in moving their understanding from concrete to more abstract.

Once students learn to represent fractions with area models like those in this worksheet set, they can use this skill for many other fraction tasks, such as adding, subtracting, and converting. Make sure to work models into your fractions lessons as much as possible!

**How to Download Our Improper Fractions Worksheet Set**

This improper fractions worksheet set is available in both Google Slides and PDF format. Click the drop-down arrow located on the download button to choose which works best for you.

This resource was created by Kaylyn Chupp, a teacher in Florida and a Teach Starter collaborator.

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