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CCSS Math 3.NF.A.3.D asks students to compare fractions by considering benchmarks of 0, ½, and 1. These worksheets address this standard and were designed to accompany the “Comparing Fractions with Benchmarks-A Sorting Activity” in my store although they certainly stand by themselves and can

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Comparing Fractions with Benchmarks
CCSS Math NF.4.A.2 asks students to compare fractions using strategies like comparing to benchmarks. This activity helps students to work with that idea. Students will find this center area engaging as they sort fractions using 0, 1/2, and 1 as those benchm

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This is an activity that will have the students place T-Shirt fractions on a number line while comparing them to a benchmark fraction such as 1/2. This activity correlates to Common Core Math Standard: MCC4.NF.2

Comparing Fractions with Benchmarks
CCSS Math NF.4.A.2 asks students to compare fractions using strategies like comparing to benchmrks. This activity helps students to work with that idea. Students will find this center area engaging as they sort fractions using 0, 1/2, and 1 as those benchma

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Studens will enjoy comparing fractions to each other and to benchmark numbers (zero, 1/2 and 1 whole) while checking their answers with the QR codes. An iPad, iPod, iPhone or an Android device with a QR code reader will scan for the answers.
If you don't have an iOS device, that's ok! I've included

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4 detailed lessons to teach comparing 2 fractions with a benchmark of ½. The lessons with the PPT (with effects) allow for student interaction. Includes a sorting activity to categorize fractions into 3 categories: more than 1/2, less than 1/2 and equal to 1/2. The fractions are with denominators 2

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Use this activity to introduce or quickly review comparing a fraction to a benchmark fraction. This activity provides students with an opportunity to explain why a given fraction is closer to 0, 1/2, or 1. The activity is set up to take about ten minutes doing one or two slides a day. Students also

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Here is an effective way to have your students locate a point on a number line based on Benchmark Fractions 0, 1/2, and 1. We are not always going to have fraction kits around, so we make due with what we have! :)

Equivalent fractions is the name… of fractions whole values are the same! With the added touch of a Latin video in the musical track, equivalent fractions will be easy to understand - it's just an added bonus that the music and animations are hard to beat in their overall quality.
Equivalent Fracti

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In this activity, students will sort fractions as they compare them to the benchmarks of 0, 1/2, and 1 whole. The sorting cards and headers are included in this file. This is a great warm up activity, partner activity, small group activity, or independent practice. Students can use fraction manipula

This CCSS aligned fraction packet includes 24 practice sheets filled with practice fraction problems, example problems, and step-by-step directions. These can be used to introduce a concept, review a concept, or send home as reinforcement for homework. An answer key is provided.
For more 4.NF.1 &am

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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 game is created to play independently or in groups.
Simply cut out all fraction cards, shuffle them, and put them in a pile.

Comparing and ordering fractions can be a complicated skill for many students. In order to be successful with the fraction standards in Common Core, students MUST have a solid understanding of the fraction 1/2 and be able to use 1/2 as a benchmark to compare fractions with unlike denominators. Thi

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Are you wanting to try out Google Classroom? Making a transition to a 1 to 1 setting? Or just wanting to try a blended lesson. This resource includes an Interactive Lesson to share with your students for CCSS 4.NF.A.2 COMPARING FRACTIONS using BENCHMARK FRACTIONS. This lesson was designed to provide

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This foldable provides four strategies for comparing fractions and definitions and examples of how to do use each strategy.
Students create the foldable, match, and glue in definitions/examples. For older students, for a challenge, or to assess, have students write in their own examples/definition

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I CAN Math Games are the perfect way to make math fun! This 4th Grade Math Game focuses on ALL Fraction Standards including Equivalent Fractions, & Ordering/Comparing Fractions, and provides students with practice in the form of multiple choice or short answer questions. QR codes (optional) mak

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This unit includes everything you need to teach comparing fractions to your students. This resource was designed for third graders, but would work great for high second graders or as a review for fourth graders as well. Students compare fractions in a mini-lesson, complete comparing fraction workshe

Enjoy these free practice sheets on modeling equivalent fractions and comparing fractions with cross multiplying. These skills are part of the 4.NF.1 and 4.NF.2 fraction standards.
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4.NF.1 & 4.NF.2 PRACTICE SHEET PACKET for E

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Looking for some fun and engaging ways to practice comparing fractions? Try these activities, which use number lines and benchmarks to help your students’ master comparing fractions with like and unlike denominators. These centers can be used for instruction, review, or remediation. I use them as

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5 strategies for comparing fractions are covered in this digital Google Slides resource.
Compare Fractions Using Models
Compare Fractions with a Common Denominator
Compare Fractions with a Common Numerator
Compare Fractions using Half as a Benchmark
Compare Fractions that are One Away from the Wh

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This is a set of activities to use in your 4th grade math interactive notebooks. This set is aligned with the following Common Core standard in the Numbers and Operations - Fractions domain:
CCSS.Math.Content.4.NF.A.2 Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, e.g.,

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Fraction war is a fun way to reinforce comparing fractions with your students. Includes two instruction pages: 1: for if you want them to cross multiply, 2: for if you want them to find common denominators. Includes a large set and a new smaller version. This way you can choose which set suits your

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Save 20% by buying this bundle of task cards which includes Comparing Fractions Using Models, Comparing Fractions with the Same Numerator, and Comparing Fractions with the Same Denominator, Comparing Fractions using Half as a Benchmark, Comparing Fractions One Away From a Whole, and Identifying Frac

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This combines 2 fraction resources to help students learn to use 1/2 as a benchmark when comparing fractions. Students first develop a solid understanding of fractions that are equivalent to 1/2, and then students learn how to use 1/2 as a benchmark when comparing and ordering fractions.
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Equivalent Fractions - Comparing Fractions
This unit covers the following equivalent fractions and comparing fractions concepts:
-comparing fractions with different denominators
-comparing fractions with different numerators
-explaining comparisons by writing and drawing
-mixed comparison practice

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These 32 task cards cover all aspects of comparing fractions. These could be used over several days to teach different strategies for comparing fractions. These would make great math centers, review for tests, or even a formative assessment; you could also use them as a game or scavenger hunt. I

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Fraction Games contains nine fraction centers and 100 fraction picture cards. The Common Core aligned fraction games include five entertaining fraction games and four hands-on fraction investigations. Each fraction picture card has a visual model of the fraction. The card set consists of 50 pairs of

These Common Core aligned learning posters are a great way to show students the different methods to compare fractions and identify equivalent fractions. They will make an excellent visual reference for your students.
For more 4.NF.1 & 4.NF.2 practice and instruction, we have:
4.NF.1 & 4.N

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Use these 40 task cards to teach students four main methods for comparing and ordering fractions. The set includes 8 questions for each type of comparing method and 8 ordering fractions questions. Students are expected to identify the method of comparing they used to decide which of the fractions is

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These task cards are a great way to give your 4th grade students practice comparing fractions!
The cards are printed 4 per page and are available in both color and black and white. I’ve included a student recording page and a teacher answer key for your convenience.
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•24 Task Cards (in

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4th Grade Math Comparing Fractions - Flip and Go Cards
30 math task cards that reinforce 4th grade common core math standards - Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering
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Fractions on a number line are a challenging concept for third graders. In fact, fraction problems on standardized tests combine skills across the standards from place value, multiplication, division, and measurement. Fraction concepts relate to area and arrays. Fraction models can be represented

Tired of the same old review activities? Try getting kids moving around the room and talking with their classmates! “Quiz, Quiz, Trade” is a Kagan cooperative learning strategy and a great way to review content. Students can use this set of 25 Q&A cards to quiz classmates about using the benchma

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Great Product to use for helping students compare unlike fractions using fraction bars, number lines, multiples, and benchmarks!!!! Less Procedures/More Critical Thinking!!!
This Product contains a PowerPoint Math Lesson (Chalkboard Theme). This lesson concentrates on Common Core Standard 4.NF.2: I

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This sheet helps to explain different ways to compare fractions using fraction bars, number lines, common numerator/denominators and using 1/2 as a benchmark. Best for third and fourth grade!

This product contains a 21 slide PowerPoint to teach students about comparing fractions. It walks students through 3 different strategies including drawing models, using benchmark fractions and number lines, and cross multiplying. A note taker is provided for students to use. It can be cut and put

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This set of 24 task cards allows students to practice comparing fractions with different denominators. It is an awesome way for students to practice for test prep or in a math center.
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- 28 task cards
- student recording sheet
- answer key
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This document contains 2 separate worksheets with 8 questions each that ask students to compare fractions and show their value by estimating their position on a number line using benchmark fractions and decimals (0, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1). See the preview for an example. Students have to be able to conve

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Understanding the 1/2 Benchmark is a station activity that gets students comparing various fractions to the important benchmark fraction 1/2. Fractions vary from 3rds through 12ths- 33 fraction bars total! Students draw out a fraction bar from the bag, determine its comparison to 1/2, then place it

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Fractions! Comparing Fractions resource is designed to help to learn to compare fractions by reasoning about their size. Through the use of visual models and number line models, students will compare fractions with like numerators, like denominators, and the same number of missing pieces. Students w

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This set of 10 math stations all focus on the 4th grade standards for comparing fractions with like and unlike denominators. With 10 different centers to practice with your students will be experts in no time flat while playing these partner math games.
This comparing fractions test prep bundle i

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Introduce Comparing Fractions including Fractions on a Number Line! Perfect for 4th graders! Aligned to Texas Standards (TEKS) 4.3D, 4.3G
Your students will enjoy practicing Comparing Fractions with the following activities:
~Comparing to Benchmark Fractions
~Multiplying to find Common Denominators

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Posters in this pack include four strategies for comparing fractions including using benchmark fractions, comparing numerators and comparing denominators.
** Graphics are courtesy of mycutegraphics.com
** Font is courtesy of fontspace.com

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These 3rd grade Common Core activities will compare fractions using benchmark numbers. I have created each set of worksheets with the same problems in three different formats. (for a total of 3 different sets of problems)
The first worksheet has the fractions and empty circles for the students to d

A fun and engaging math center for partners. This is a card game where the objective is for students to compare fractions by making equivalent fractions.
The students begin by passing out 10 cards (more are given in the center so each game will be unique!) to each person. They keep their cards fac

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Fraction Half Time is a fun football-themed fraction game for reinforcing the skill of comparing fractions to the benchmark one-half. The teacher's guide also includes a mini-lesson with a fraction card sorting activity. During the lesson, students explore multiple strategies for comparing fractions

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In this 3rd grade Common Core activity students will compare fractions by using their knowledge of benchmark fractions (1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 2/3, 3/4) and associated fractions such as 4/4 = 1 and 3/6 = 1/2. This worksheet includes pictures to aid the student's in their practice if needed. I have created t

Frosty Comparing Fractions Task Cards: Color & Ink-Friendly Version
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24 Full-Color Task Cards
24 Ink-Friendly Task Cards
5 Answer Documents
-Open Ended Answer Document
-Comparing Using Benchmark Fractions
-Comparing Using Fraction Bars
-Comparing Using Number Lines
-Small Group Answe

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24 Fraction Task Cards
(2) Formatted Answer Documents
• 1-sided blank answer document
• 2-sided answer document with Benchmarks 0, ½, and 1 labeled
The two different answer documents will help differentiate the strategies your students will use.
All fractions have denominators of 2,3,4,6

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This is 6 clip and flip boards for students to practice comparing fractions to benchmarks of one half and one whole. Students put a paper clip on squares that are greater than/less than/equal to the benchmark as described on the board, and flip the board over to check their work. There is also a fra

This is a set of 6 strategies that students can learn to help them reason quantitatively about fractions. Many times, students are taught tricks to help them compare fractions. While this may allow students to choose the correct answer on a test, what is missing is a true understanding of the comp

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In order to correctly color a Spring picture of a large flower next to the famous phrase, "April Showers Bring May Flowers," students must determine whether the values in this coloring page are less than 1/2, greater than 1/2, or equal to 1/2. Students will color the fractions and decimals in the p

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This scavenger hunt will give your students plenty of practice comparing fractions using benchmarks of 0, 1/2, and 1. You can have your students work individually or with partners to complete this activity. Students start at any card, solve the problem, then search for the card with their answer. St

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