fractionsI’ve put together a “must, should, could” style worksheet for fractions, starting with “Sorted it” in relation to multiplying and dividing fractions, then “Nailed it” moves on to addition and subtraction and finally “Mastered it” includes all 4 operations but with mixed numbers.

These type of worksheets are ideal for allowing students to either get loads of practice by working across then down, or if they are confident they can work straight down and then using whiteboards I can instantly assess where they are by asking the class to put the question number of their board and holding it up.