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6 Comparing Fraction Activities

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Work on comparing fractions with these 6 hands-on activities. There are clip cards, task cards, written responses and games to help children master this skill.

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1. 24 clip cards

These 24 clip cards have students comparing fractions with common denominators, common numerators, and fractions with different numerators and denominators. There is a record sheet to hold children accountable and allow you to see the work they did.

2. 4 Written Responses

The Written responses show a problem and then give a wrong answer. The children must analyze the wrong answer, describe the misunderstanding, and explain how to complete the problem correctly.

3. 4 Do-A-Dot Pages

These pages allow children to use Do-A Dot markers to mark fractions that are greater than or less than the given fraction. There is a page for common denominators, common numerators, and two pages for fractions with different numerators and denominators.

4. Timeline to use with Clips

Using the fractions from the direction page, write fractions on clothes pins. The students will draw two fractions, place them on the number line, and then create an equation of the recording sheet.

5. Game

Children draw a card and then find the answer on the game board. The cards ask children to find a fraction less than 1/2, greater than 3/4, or equal to 2/3.

6. Task Cards

These task cards encourage children to draw models and number lines to determine if a fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to another fraction.

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