# 4.NF.1 & 4.NF.2 Task Cards (Equivalent Fractions & Comparing Fractions)

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Looking for a fun, engaging way for your students to practice some fraction skills? Your students will love practicing with these adorable, easy to use task cards. They are aligned to CCSS 4.NF.1, 4.NF.2, and 3.NF.3 with 8 different question types (4 cards of each).

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For more 4.NF.1 & 4.NF.2 practice and instruction, we have:
4.NF.1 & 4.NF.2 PRACTICE SHEETS for Equivalent Fractions & Comparing Fractions
4.NF.1 & 4.NF.2 POSTER SET for Equivalent Fractions & Comparing Fractions

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Equivalent Fractions (16 cards)
•Are the 2 fractions equivalent?
•Identify the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.
•Multiple Choice: Select the fraction that is equivalent to the given fraction.
•Multiple Choice: Identify which pair of fractions are equivalent.

Comparing Fractions (16 cards)
•Compare a fraction to 1/2.
•Compare two fractions using a model.
•Compare two fractions without a model.
•Order 3 fractions.

A student recording sheet and answer key are also provided.

These task cards can be used:
•Whole class (use one at a time to promote discussion)
•Scoot
•In math stations (allowing students the opportunity to discuss their answers and reasoning with a partner or group)
•Individually as an assessment
•Review (whole class, individually, or groups to review for standardized testing)
•As game cards (used with any board game)

We hope you and your students enjoy these!

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