How do students demonstrate that they understand how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions? In Greg Gvozdas’ 6th grade math class, students collaborate in teams to present a skit on fractions. Gvozdas wrote, “The Fraction Skit is a fun way to make sure the students understand fraction concepts. They need a recognizable real world plot, and have a few fraction requirements they must incorporate into their skit. In addition to performing the skits, they make a poster displaying their math. It is a quick two-three day in-class project that allows me to see if they truly understand fractions.” Students were highly engaged while planning their skits at the Wood River Middle School library.