With this, students only had to complete the even numbered problems. On section 10-18 students need to use the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) to divide. This will put the fraction in simplest form which we will be doing tomorrow in class.
The enrichment sheet is meant to make students think outside the box. They will be identifying two equivalent fractions that come from a list of choices. To deepen understanding, are there more than two equivalent fractions that could be made?