Fraction Maze Bundle
Fractions: Fraction Maze BUNDLE
This is a "growing" bundle, so get it now before the price increases!
Fractions are important for students to memorize, but practicing these can be a bore; these 22 mazes (per topic) add a fun factor to practicing fractions so that students will actually look forward to completing their math work.
These mazes build in difficulty so that you can easily differentiate for your different learners while maintaining rigorous instruction for all of your students.
Get the complete bundle of Fraction Mazes
Fraction Maze - Addition (free)
Fraction Maze - Subtraction
Fraction Maze - Comparing Fractions
Fraction Maze - Multiplication
Fraction Maze - Division
Fraction Maze - GCF
Fraction Maze - LCM
Fraction Maze - Mixed Numbers ADDITION
Fraction Maze - Mixed Numbers SUBTRACTION
Fraction Maze - Mixed Numbers MULTIPLICATION
Fraction Maze - Mixed Numbers DIVISION
Fraction Maze - Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms
Fraction Maze - Improper Fraction ADDITION
Fraction Maze - Improper Fraction SUBTRACTION
Fraction Maze - Improper Fraction MULTIPLICATION
Fraction Maze - Improper Fraction - DIVISION
MORE MAZES COMING SOON!
These Fraction mazes gives the students a fun and differentiated activity while allowing for quick and painless grading! This is a great activity for students to complete as a practice or homework. It will help them practice their math, but also have fun going through the maze!
Students will have more than one option for each answer, so they must correctly answer the question in order to find the solution.
The maze is easy for the teacher to check quickly, so that students will be able to correct their errors right away.
Included in this product is 22 fraction maze pages and an answer key for each maze set.
Once again I love how the answer key allows a quick way to check the maze for mistakes.
Although these mazes can be used in a variety of ways (such as classwork, homework, or morning work), they make excellent math centers that are a snap to create; just laminate and use dry erase markers. Your students will be highly engaged in a challenging math activity with very little work on your part.
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