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Comparing and Ordering Fractions Craftivity
This fraction craftivity is a fun, engaging way for students to practice comparing and ordering fractions! Each student has a baking sheet and a choice of three types of cookies. Students cut out each type of cookie and fold (or divide) them into a certain number of equal parts. They color a fraction of each cookie, then order them on the sheet from smallest to largest (or largest to smallest) cookie fraction. This center is a real world problem solving experience for students which also encourages critical thinking.
Comparing Fractions Task Cards
This set of 42 fraction task cards focuses on comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator. Models, fractions, and word problems (14 of each) are presented for comparison. Comparing fractions in a variety of ways encourages critical thinking and allows students to represent fractions in different ways. A recording sheet is included for students to write answers.
Fractions on a Number Line Task Cards
This set of 32 fraction task cards focuses on understanding and representing fractions on a number line. The theme of the set is staying fit. Students imagine people are running a mile to prepare for a marathon. Along the way, they each stop and do exercises. Students figure out the fraction of a mile that represents where each runner stops to exercise. A recording sheet is included for students to write answers.
Equivalent Fractions Center
This fraction center focuses on finding fractional parts of a set and modeling equivalent fractions. Students imagine they are visiting the Fast and Fit Sandwich Shop and using fry orders to practice fractions. A mixture of veggie fries are served in each container, including russet potatoes, sweet potatoes, zucchini, and mushrooms. There are 32 task cards, each with a word problem containing details about the order. Students figure out the fraction of each type of French fry included in the order.
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