Thanksgiving Math Subtracting Fractions Task Cards



These subtracting fractions task cards will make you thankful for saving you time! Task cards are a fun and engaging way for students to review fractions!

Included in this set are 24 subtracting fractions task cards, 2 student answer sheet options (color and B&W), and a teacher answer key. The problems include subtracting fractions with like denominators, unlike denominators, mixed numbers, and application in word problems.

Task cards are an engaging way for students to practice operations with fractions that offer the teacher a lot of flexibility. This set includes 18 short answer problems and 6 word problems. I suggest printing them, cutting them, and laminating them so they last for years to come.

Task cards are great for centers, stations, partner, or independent work. Other ideas include:

  • Quiz Quiz Trade (a Kagan Structure)
  • Enrichment or “I’m done!” activity
  • Gallery Walk
  • Extra Practice homework for students who need extra help
  • Responding verbally


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