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Fractions: Comparing and Ordering Fractions on a Number Line
Let's keep things moving, shall we?
In the first mini-lesson, students will learn to compare fractions on a number line. We begin by having them compare like fractions then progress to comparing unlike fractions on a number line. In the

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This QR code self checking activity can be used in 3rd-5th grade math as a small group activity, for early finishers, or students who need extra review. Print on card stock and laminate. Students will need to access a mobile device with a camera to scan QR codes (iPad, iPod, Smart Phone, Tablet, et

Ordering Fractions on a Number Line: Write and Wipe Task Cards are designed to give students practice ordering fractions using benchmark fractions on a number line.
This set contains 24 unique task cards and recording sheets. These cards are great for independent math centers, for earlier finishers

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Comparing and Ordering Fractions on a Number Line is an instructional PowerPoint. Bright colors and animation hold attention.
Teaches students how to compare and order fractions by using a number line.
Great for whole class instruction or small group intervention. Great for visual representati

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This flip chart provides students with examples and an explanation of how to use a number line to compare and order fractions. Students also get a practice question and are provided with websites to practice the skill of comparing and ordering fractions.

Make ordering fractions fun! In this lesson students click and drag laundry, with fractions on them, to hang on a number line. Students use the benchmarks 0, 1/2, and 1 to order the fractions from least to greatest.
In this Lesson Bundle you get a SmartBoard lesson, student note page to go along wi

Make ordering fractions fun! In this lesson students click and drag laundry, with fractions on them, to hang on a number line. Students use the benchmarks 0, 1/2, and 1 to order the fractions from least to greatest.
In this Lesson Bundle you get a SmartBoard lesson, student note page to go along wi

This resource provides notes and practice for ordering fractions on a number line. Students will work on placing whole numbers onto the line, and then placing parts of a whole (listed as fractions) where they belong in between. This resource includes an exit ticket, and extra practice with orderin

Make ordering fractions fun! In this lesson students click and drag laundry, with fractions on them, to hang on a number line. Students use the benchmarks 0, 1/2, and 1 to order the fractions from least to greatest.
In this Lesson Bundle you get a SmartBoard lesson, student note page to go along wi

In this lesson, students work to order fractions on a number line. It is interactive, and students can come to the board to drag fractions to where they go on the number line.

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This smartboard file is an interactive math meeting that goes with Fourth Grade Saxon Math Kit but can be used in any program to spiral review skills. There are slides to review and complete math meeting activities. These activities review skills needed such as geometry, calendar, computation, elaps

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Make ordering fractions fun! In this lesson students click and drag laundry, with fractions on them, to hang on a number line. Students use the benchmarks 0, 1/2, and 1 to order the fractions from least to greatest.
This lesson addresses Virginia Math SOL 4.2a.
It can also be used to teach Math

In this flipped classroom video, you will learn how to order fractions on a number line by calculating common denominators.

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Students will order fractions on a number line.

Partner activity in which students compare and order fractions using a number line.

These printable worksheets cover ALL of the third grade fractions standards, presenting fraction concepts "every which way" to build mastery and deepen understanding. This bundle includes 27 pages of fractions printables, plus materials for a “Ways to Show ½” Fraction Sort Flip Book—perfect for 3.N

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This resource is scaffolded to help students develop a thorough understanding of fractions on a number line. It includes worksheets, activities, task cards, centers, and more that cover this skill in a variety of ways to help make teaching fractions on a number line easier.
The activities start

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Also included in: Mega Fractions Bundle - Fraction Unit to Build Understanding - Activities, Games

Equivalent Fraction Number Line
Ordering Equivalent Fractions
HANDS-ON ACTIVITY!
Use this FUN activity to teach, review, and assess your students!
Great for whole class activity with partners and in small group instruction.
Just Print, Laminate, and Cut!
Students place the equivalent fraction ca

Engage students with this fun, interactive fractions game. Students must determine what the fraction is when given a number line and a single point. This is a student vs. students game so students are competing against one another. There's also a hint to help students out. There are 20 questions a

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Also included in: Identifying Fractions Bundle #1

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This item asks students to determine if two fractions are equivalent by placing each on a number line. The number lines are then compared to see which point is the furthest from zero. For the first few problems, the number lines are complete, so students only have to plot the points and compare.

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Time to Tile: Fractions on a Number Line is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while building a true understanding of the fractions. Students must place 10 num

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You will receive 2 pages of fraction and number lines practice in this free download. It provides a variety of ways to practice using and ordering fractions on number lines.
How It Works
As I have been teaching my class fractions and number lines, I noticed that my students still had trouble with

Fractions are often a challenge for students. This Pass Around activity offers students 20 practice problems to identify the location of different fractions on a number line.
Included with this packet:
* 20 pass around problems
* 1 directions sheet
* 1 solution sheet
* 1 student response sheet
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This Power Point is a great way to introduce "Fractions on a Number Line" and provide an engaging practice activity via the game “Who Wants to be Rich?” The presentation can be used as a stand-alone Power Point, or as an interactive Smart Board Activity.
The first 12 slides provide explicit instru

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