Ordering Fractions – Set 1
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All the sets listed below are included in this bundle, with more to come.
The task cards in this product are aligned with the fourth grade CCSS . The students will be directed to write fractions in order from least to greatest (odd numbered task cards) or from greatest to least (even numbered task cards.)
The problems presented in these cards are perfect for assessing students or maintaining skills previously learned.
The following are included in this product:
Task Cards 1 - 8
Comparing fractions with like denominators
Task Cards 9 - 16
Comparing fractions with unlike denominators (related multiples) that requires one fraction to be renamed in order to compare
Task Cards 17 - 32
Comparing fractions with unlike denominators (related multiples) that requires two fractions to be renamed in order to compare
This packet includes 32 colorful task cards and an identical set in black and white for teachers that do not have access to colored ink. If you use the black and white set printing them on colored paper will facilitate organization of task cards.
An answer key has been provided to allow students to check their own work. A recording sheet is included or a plain sheet of paper may be used to record students’ work.
Click on the links below to see additional Fraction Task Cards
Fractions - Identifying and Naming
Fractions - Adding and Subtracting with Like Denominators
Fractions - Adding and Subtracting with Unlike Denominators
Fractions - Equivalent Fractions
Fractions - Comparing Fractions Set 1
Fractions - Comparing Fractions Set 2
Fractions - Renaming Improper Fractions and Mixed Numerals
Fractions - Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators
Fractions - Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators
Fractions - Ordering Fractions Set 1
Fractions - Ordering Fractions Set 2
Factors and Multiples - Mini Bundle
Factors and Multiples
Least Common Multiple
Greatest Common Factor