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Comparing fractions

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This is an updated version of an Anchor Chart on Comparing Fractions that I found on Pinterest.  Our math specialist suggested the typed-in additions, which you can add while demonstrating and discussing each comparison with students while showing it with fraction strips...  Hope this is helpful to you!

This is an updated version of an Anchor Chart on Comparing Fractions that I found on Pinterest. Our math specialist suggested the typed-in additions, which you can add while demonstrating and discussing each comparison with students while showing it with fraction strips... Hope this is helpful to you!

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Here you will find our selections of Comparing Fractions Worksheets which have been designed to help children learn and practice comparing two or more fractions.

Students need multiple strategies for comparing fractions, based on reasoning and fraction sense. Grab a *FREE* anchor chart students can use as a reference!

Students need multiple strategies for comparing fractions, based on reasoning and fraction sense. Grab a *FREE* anchor chart students can use as a reference!

Comparing fractions anchor chart! Compare same denominator, same numerator, and missing piece.

Comparing fractions anchor chart! Compare same denominator, same numerator, and missing piece.

Challenge kids and strengthen their fraction sense with this comparing fractions game. Get Them in Order is a fun way to review all sorts of fraction skills, such as simplifying fractions, comparing fractions and ordering fractions. Grab the game FREE from Math Geek Mama!

Do your kids have a strong fraction sense? This fun, yet challenging comparing fractions game will deepen their understanding & critical thinking skills.

Practice comparing fractions using benchmark fractions with this fun fraction sort game. Students are given a total of 96 fractions to sort into different categories. This fraction game is great for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade.