Fractions - Ordering Fractions from Least to Greatest & Greatest to Least - Intermediate
1) Grades: 6, 7, 8, and 9
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The Fraction Worksheets in this product are great for teachers that are looking for worksheets that teach the concept of ordering fractions from Least to Greatest & Greatest to Least. When ordering fractions from least to greatest or greatest to least it can be difficult to determine which fraction is larger or smaller than the other fractions, when the numerators and the denominators are not the same. These worksheets guide the students through the steps used to solve problems that include two fractions that are not the same (1/2, 4/5 or 2/3, 3/4). Teachers can use these worksheets as practice worksheets, math centre activities, or homework worksheets. This product includes an answer key.
1) Ordering fractions from Least to Greatest - (2 Pages)
2) Answer Key - (2 Pages)
3) Ordering fractions from Greatest to Least - (2 Pages)
4) Answer Key - (2 Pages)
The following are two ideas you might like to use for the answer key.
1) If you laminate the answer key, you can get your students to check their own answers. The students can make the proper corrections and hopefully master the concept. These answer keys work great for Math Centres. The students are always eager to check their own work!
2) Teachers that are moving towards “paperless classrooms” are using downloadable educational resources in PDF Format as homework assignments on different technology devices. PDF Files such as this product would allow parents access to the answers.
Math Skills: Fractions - Ordering Fractions from Least to Greatest & Greatest to Least
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