Improper Fraction Loop Cards

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  • There are 2 mistakes on these cards. There are two 3 3/5 and one card says 19/16 but should say 19/6. Will be a great resource once it is corrected.

    , Nov 25th
    • Hi woodvale87,

      Thanks for your resource change suggestion on the Twinkl website, we really appreciate your help.

      I have asked our design team to correct this for you and we'll be in touch again once the resource has been fixed!

      I hope you have a lovely day : )

      , Nov 25th
    • Hi there woodvale87,
      Thanks for spotting this mistake! We have now corrected it and emailed you the amended resource, I hope you find it useful. It will also be updated on the website within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a main resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Nov 26th
  • Great resource for consolidating a unit on fractions. Good hands on fun! Thank you.

    , Nov 9th
Convert and match improper fractions into mixed fractions. Some loop cards to develop children's understanding and practise.
This resource is available in Standard and Black and White.
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