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Last week, students began comparing fractions. This week we will begin using more complex strategies for comparing fractions. Below, you will see an anchor chart on all the strategies we have looked.

Comparing Fractions

Fractions Interactive Math Journal

Are you looking for an easy way to teach your students how to compare fractions? This has been a great addition to our interactive math journal.

Flow Map using the Multiples butterfly method for comparing fractions - anchor chart image only

Shouldn't we have a "fraction court" or something and sentence teachers to a calculus class or something?

Practice comparing fractions. Students play in teams to answer the most questions. PowerPoint Game. CCSS aligned.

Comparing Fractions Powerpoint Game

PowerPoint game for practicing the comparison of fractions. This would be awesome as a class activity on the Smart Board.

Fraction Butterfly Anchor Chart - cross multiply to find equivalent fractions to compare fractions or add & subtract fractions with different denominators. A visual reminder of the strategy for adding & subtracting fractions found in the CCSS 5.NF.A.1 (a/b + c/d = (ad + bc)/bd). See http://www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/5/NF/A/1/. This is not intended to be taught on its own, but can serve as a reminder after the concepts that explain why this works have been taught.

Fraction Butterfly Mini Anchor Chart FREEBIE - cross multiply to compare fractions, find equivalent fractions with a common denominator, and add & subtract fractions with different denominators. I wonder is this common core math ?

Engage students with a variety of Fraction Number Puzzles that provide practice with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and placing fractions on a number line. These are great for math stations or math centers. #fractions

Fraction Number Puzzles for Third Grade

Engage students with a variety of Fraction Number Puzzles that provide practice with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and placing fractions on a number line. These are great for math stations or math centers.

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