Fraction Question Type

Edcite has 60 technology-enhanced question types that teachers can use to create interactive practice for students. Teachers can also find standards-based items in our Question Bank.

One of our most popular question types on Edcite is our fraction question type!

Fraction Grids and Circles (#003) asks students to read a word problem and then create a visual representation of a denominator and numerator. Students will click to add parts to a pie or a rectangle. Students will then click to highlight the parts, showing the numerator.

Students will show their understanding of fractions by interacting with the diagram, and both teachers and students will get instant feedback.

Check out these five interactive fraction items that teachers have shared into our Question Bank!

💻 Equivalent Fractions 2

💻 Question 4 NF.1

💻 Fraction Question

💻 Divide Fractions

💻 Fractions

Want to create your own Fraction Grids and Circles question? 🎥 Check out this quick step-by-step video: Creating a Fractions Grids and Circles Question.

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