Once students are working fluently, operating on fractions and mixed numbers and finding fractions of amounts, challenge them with the problem-solving questions in this resource.
In section A, these exam-style questions ask your student to compare data found using fractions, find the total given a fraction of an amount, and simplify fractions without a calculator.
Section B allows students to use calculators to aid them in finding the area and perimeter of a compound shape using dimensions given as fractions and mixed numbers. Are any learners ready to answer this taxing question without a calculator?!