# Fun Comparing Fractions Game | 25+ Free Worksheet Pages

These comparing fractions game worksheet contains 8 interactive worksheets with 25+ free printable pages. With the help of these worksheets, students can be able to understand the basics of **fractions** and can compare them with other fractions.

## 4 Interesting Games for Comparing Fraction with Practice Sheet

We have given 25+ free worksheet pages where almost 100+ practice problems are attached. In these worksheets, we have discussed different shapes and models for this comparing game worksheets.

## Comparing Fractions Game Using Number Lines

The **fractions in the numbers line** is a straight line where the numbers are shown in the line. The numbers are in fraction form. The game here is to compare these fractions with the symbols (>, <, =)

Follow the line in the PDF worksheet of the comparing fractions game and compare these fractions!

## Comparing Fraction Game Using Diagrams

In the first worksheet, comparing fractions game is for pie models. The fractions are given. Compare them with suitable signs. They can be greater, smaller, or equal to the others. In the second worksheet, you will find some bar models. Color the models with their suitable fraction. You may use a highlighter to do so. Then you need to do these comparing fractions game to compare the numbers.

These are the PDF worksheet for comparing fractions game.

## Comparing Fractions Game with Shapes Comparison

Suppose you have **7** sections in a rectangle. Three of these sections are highlighted. So, the fraction here is **3/7**.

These types of fractions are created in the PDF worksheet for comparing fractions game. Compare the numbers with the suitable signs.

## Comparing Fractions Game: Proper Fraction

In the proper fraction, the numerator is smaller than the denominator. When it comes to comparing fractions game, you need two numbers for comparison. They may have the same denominator or may not.

**Fractions with Same Denominator**

Here the denominator is the same so the bigger the numerator, the bigger the number.

Here is the PDF worksheet for comparing fractions game on proper fractions having the same denominator.

**Fractions with Different Denominators**

When the denominators are different in the time of comparing fractions game then you need to make the denominator equal by multiplying with a suitable number.

Suppose, you want to compare **½** and **⅗**. Here, the denominators are different. Making them equal. For this, we need to multiply **2** by **5 **and **5** by **2**. Then, the fractions will be **5/10** and **6/10**. As you can see, the **6/10** is bigger than the **5/10** fraction. So, the **⅗** is greater than the **½**. We have attached the PDF worksheet below.

## Comparing Fractions Game: Improper Fraction

From the above section, you may be able to understand the proper fraction. So, now it’s time to introduce you to the improper function. The improper function is the function where the numerator is more significant than the denominator.

**Fractions with Same Denominator**

Here is the PDF worksheet on comparing fractions game for improper functions having the same denominator. Compare the numbers with the suitable sign.

**Fractions with Different Denominators**

Suppose, you want to compare **7/2** and **8/5**. Here, the denominators are different. Making them equal. For this, we need to multiply **2** by **5** and **5** by **2**. Then, the fractions will be **35/10** and **16/10**.

As you can see, the **35/10** is bigger than the **16/10** fraction. So, the **7/2** is greater than the 8/5. Practice these problems from the below PDF.

## Download Practice Worksheet PDF

Here is the combined PDF with all the worksheets together.

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So, these are our comparing fractions game worksheets. The worksheets include different types of fractions into shapes, lines, and figures. Compare these fractions with another fraction. Please download the free printable practice sheet and give them to the students for practice.