How hard is it for your students to order fractions? This activity involves ordering fractions from least to greatest and greatest to least. This activity is interactive and can be used as whole group instruction, small group, or for home use. Students will manipulate fraction bars in order to visualize the size of each fraction. They will receive immediate, personalized feedback each time they submit an answer.
This is a small sample of my work. The other activities in my store will contain many more activities to engage your students over and over again. At the end of every activity, students will take a challenge to see how well they've mastered the content.
You will see that the activities in this store are unique to Teachers Pay Teachers. It will be like having another teacher in your classroom. The students should be able to work independently on each of these activities and will receive feedback while working through each section.
The main file is in pdf format and should play on all computers. I've provided another folder in other formats (html, htm, flv), so that it can be used on tablets or uploaded to an online course. If you choose this route, make sure to upload the entire folder and then make one format your main file.
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