Equivalent fractions can be found if both the numerator and the denominator can be multiplied or divided by the same number to get the new fraction. Description from relevantmath.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. You can choose the one that is best for your class. 1) Blank Fraction Bars 2) Colored Fraction Bars 3) Labeled Fraction Bars 4) Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars I suggest using card stock to make fraction bars. Students can use fraction bar pieces as manipulatives to solve problems.
This is a simple visual for students to "SEE" where a fraction lies on a number line in relation to a "Whole". A colorful copy for laminating and posting a a black line for students to keep as a reference.