This practice worksheet helps students learn to make fractions simpler, which is an important skill in basic math. It shows a bunch of fractions, each with a top number (numerator) and a bottom number (denominator) that are both 30 or less. Students have to make each fraction as simple as possible. Fractions are simplest when the top and bottom numbers only have 1 in common. To finish the worksheet, students find the biggest number that both the top and bottom numbers can divide by. Then they divide both numbers by that big number and write the new, simpler fraction in the box. Doing this helps students understand how fractions can be the same even when they look different, and it prepares them for harder fraction stuff.

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