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Elementary students learn how to compare fractions using visual models showing length. This digital notebook uses embedded videos to make the math visual by showing students how to compare fractions using numerators and denominators. Students also practice problem solving and reasoning about fractio

Highly Interactive & Engaging Digital Fractions UnitThis Digital Resource can be used as-Google SlidesGoogle Classroom AssignmentAdd to Google DriveUse a PowerPointAssign via other digital meansUsage Suggestions and IdeasThis resource can be utilized in numerous ways, here are some ideas:use for

In this Google Slides™ presentation you will receive 30 slides where students order a set of three fractions. Students drag the three fractions and order from greatest to least. Fractions are not simplified. Students can use the illustration to help with ordering fractions. Enjoy!NO ANSWER KEYTha

Also included in: GROWING bundle - Fractions

30 interactive Google Slides™. Students drag the tiles and place in order from G to L or L to G. Students also have a visual. The visual shows the fraction tiles highlighted. The comparing fractions slides have 4 problems each, giving you a total of 16 comparing fractions problems. In these slid

Also included in: GROWING bundle - Fractions

In this Google Slides™ presentation you will receive 90 slides.NO ANSWER KEYSlides 1 - 8: Students order (L to G) and (G to L) with each having 4 slides. On these slides students have a black and white fraction tile wall with "highlited" fractions as an aide. Students drag the tiles.Slides 9 - 29:

Also included in: GROWING bundle - Fractions

7th Grade Math Comparing and Ordering Fractions, Decimals, and Percents in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 7th grade class, Pre-Pre-Algebra, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This less

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Get your class engaged with a whole class game with comparing and ordering fractions! This is a slideshow presentation that serves as a simple game for students. Answer slide immediately follows question. (Shows problem, then answer, repeats.) Includes 12 problems for students to solve. Rules ar

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This Ordering Fractions digital activity is quick and easy practice for students! There are 20 Google Slides. Includes both common and uncommon numerators.This practice can be done:Whole GroupSmall GroupIndependentlyTIP: Use this activity and have students draw pictures to compare the fractions or s

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Also included in: Digital Fractions Activity BUNDLE

Comparing Fractions and Ordering Fractions with The Least Common Multiple - This PowerPoint introduces a fun, unique method for finding Least Common Multiples (kids really love this method). Your students will then be able to use this technique to help them compare and order fractions.Included in th

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This 14 page PowerPoint lesson guides students on ordering and comparing fractions, decimals, and percents by using a common form to compare and then switching back to the original form when ordering. The lesson includes partner, individual, and group activities that help students master writing nu

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Also included in: Middle School Math PowerPoint Bundle - Distance Learning

Digital and print for 4th & 5th grade! Practice comparing and ordering fractions and decimals. Drag number pieces in order from least to greatest or greatest to least to complete each puzzle and reveal a mystery picture. 15 puzzles are included, with 6, 8, or 10 pieces for a range of difficulty

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Digital and printable St. Patrick's Day March math activities for 4th & 5th grade! Practice comparing and ordering fractions and decimals. Drag number pieces in order from least to greatest or greatest to least to complete each puzzle and reveal a mystery picture. 15 puzzles are included, with 6

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Compare and Order Fractions ActivityGreat teaching resource and practice.Powerpoint is editable to fit your specific needs.Different strategies for comparing and ordering:Common denominatorsCross multiplication (Cross products)Change to decimals

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Hi there! This activity is designed to give students the opportunity to practice ordering fractions from smallest to biggest. It also practices placing fractions on a number line. There are options for introducing equivalent fractions. This could be used as a math center or independent practice.

Also included in: FRACTION BUNDLE!! | Google Slides Activities | Digital/Virtual Learning

This is a Google Slides digital and interactive learning path unit for comparing and ordering fractions. This 5 lesson comparing fractions unit is perfect for 1:1 technology classrooms, math groups, math centers, and distance learning and easy to assign in Google Classroom. It includes anchor chart

Also included in: Fractions BUNDLE Interactive Math Google Slides Learning Path Units

Common fractions and mixed numbers ordered and compared. Visual display with animating shapes and number lines shows clearly the sizes of different fractions. Equivalent fractions and converting between mixed fractions and improper fractions are shown. 4 lessons. Use < > =. Interactive PowerPo

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These 12 fraction sorts are perfect for reinforcing basic fraction concepts. The sorts work for whole class, small groups, partners, and individuals. Through digitally sorting the cards, students will gain a deeper understanding of fractions: equal parts/groups; equal to a whole (using models or dig

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IGNITE your students enthusiasm for ORDERING FRACTIONS with this Digital Assignment! INTERACTIVE and ENGAGING! Develop deep understanding for students using their own device and this online activity.These differentiated activities are NO PREP and READY TO GO! Great for sub (substitute lesson pla

In this Google Slides™ presentation you will receive 48 total slides where students order a set of three fractions. Students drag the three fractions and order from greatest to least. There are visuals to help with the ordering. The fractions are not in simplest form. So, if the visual shows 4 s

Also included in: GROWING bundle - Fractions

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Objective: We will order unlike fractions.
PowerPoint lesson to teach students how to order fractions with unlike denominators in increasing and decreasing order. Project directly on whiteboard to model. Presentation includes objective, language objective (English Language Lea

This is a very engaging, interactive PowerPoint Presentation that covers Ordering Fractions prefaced by a unique method for finding Least Common Multiples/Denominators (kids really love this method).Included in this lesson:PowerPointThis is a fun, engaging, and very interactive PowerPoint presentati

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PowerPoint on comparing and ordering fractions. It introduces fractions and their similarities even if numbers (fractions) are not the same. I put up "greater than", "less than", and "equal to" (<,>,=)signs up around the room and students had to go to these locations during the review part o

Order Decimals & Fractions Math Digital Resource Google SlidesUse As Test Prep & ReviewDrag & Drop Decimal & Fration Tiles on a Number Line20 Problems 10 Slides 2 Problems per Slide10 Problems Least to Greatest 10 Problems Greatest to LeastAnswer Key IncludedUse as:InstructionDaily

Ready to go, Daily Lessons, done for you! This PowerPoint contains 179 slides that walk your students through 8 lessons, teaching them how to identify and determine factors, multiples, prime and composite numbers, equivalent fractions and how to order fractions. These slides can be used to supplemen

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