Looking for some great activities to strengthen your students’ understanding of fraction relationships and comparison strategies?
Understanding fractions is typically one of the most challenging math skills for students and adults alike. The purpose of this series is to help students build a strong foundation for comparing fractions through exploring the use of a variety of methods to make the comparisons. These explorations will provide students with the opportunity to think more deeply about the meaning of fractions and the relationship between them.
Specifically, this pack emphasizes multiple methods for comparing fractions, including the three strategies emphasized by The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, NCTM: common numerators, common denominators, and fraction benchmarks.
I hope this pack helps your students make meaning from comparing fractions situations!- The Routty Math Teacher
Check out the entire Fraction Relationships and Comparing Fractions Series:
to see a preview of the entire series.
* Comparing Fractions with the Same-Size Whole
* Compare Fractions through Problem Solving
* Strategies to Compare Fractions
* Strategies to Compare Fractions Flipchart
* Strategies to Compare Fractions Companion Pack
Strategies to Compare Fractions Poster Pack
by Shametria L. Routt
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License
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