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Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare

Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare
Product Description
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - QR Code Version - 4 ways to compare

This is the "high tech", self checking version of the product below. If you'd like this product without the QR codes, try this:
Comparing Fractions Task Cards - 4 ways to compare NF.A.1, NF.A.2

What’s Included:

♦32 Task Cards (4 per sheet size)
♦32 Task Cards - Low ink version (4 per sheet size)
♦32 Task Cards (full size)
♦3 Styles of Answer Document
♦3 Answer Keys (one for each answer document style)

If you downloaded this product, then you probably already know of the usefulness and versatility of task cards. They work great for centers, individual practice, partner activities, assessment, and general review. Kids love them because they can move around and work at their own pace, too.

I designed this set of task cards with 32 problems to practice comparing fractions using various methods. There are 8 questions to practice solving using each of the methods for comparing fractions below:

•using common denominators and numerators (eg. 1/8<1/5 or 2/5>4/5) or solving by making equivalent fractions using common denominators (eg. 1/4=2/8 < 3/8)
•making fraction bar models
•using number lines
•using one-half as a benchmark number

While I included several forms of answer document, I prefer the one that allows students to record their thinking using the number lines and fraction bars. Being the professional that you are, you will find your own ways that work well for you and your students! When students scan the QR code, the answer is revealed as an image on the screen! My students love this, and I hope yours do, too!

Enjoy!

-Shane

If you like these, don't forget to check out some of my other 4th grade Math products:

Fractions
Equivalent Fractions and Parts of a Group Task Cards - QR Code Version
Equivalent Fractions and Parts of a Group Task Cards - Low Tech Version
Fractions Review Task Cards - 4th Grade CCSS Math - 4.NF.A, 4.NF.B
Comparing and Ordering Fractions - 5 sets of Sorting Cards - CCSS Math 4.NF.A.2
Fractions with Color Tiles - 4.NF.1 Equivalent Fractions Using Visual Models
Fractions on a Line Plot Packet (for use with Learn Zillion) CCSS: 4.MD.4
Task Cards for Adding Fractions with Tenths and Hundredths - 4.NF.C.5 & 4.NF.C.6
Multiplying Fractions - 4 styles of practice + BONUS interactive notebook page
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Decimals
Comparing and Ordering Decimals - What's the Word Style! - CCSS Math 4.NF.C.7
Six Ways to Show Decimals Task Cards
Who Bumped My Decimals? Addition of Decimals Task Cards CCSS 5.NBT.B.7
Total Pages
32 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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