Are you looking for an easy way to teach your students how to compare fractions? This has been a great addition to our interactive math journal.

Do your students really understand fractions? Having a solid understanding of what a fraction really means begins with being able to compare fractions.

Engage students with a variety of Fraction Number Puzzles that provide practice with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and placing fractions on a number line. These are great for math stations or math centers.

PowerPoint game for practicing the comparison of fractions. This would be awesome as a class activity on the Smart Board.

Fractions is a big concept cover in grade, therefore, with this activity students are learning about fractions and how they are written out in a more interactive way. Using dominoes gives students visual representations of how fractions look.

Students color fractions with like and unlike denominators then determine which is larger. 30 pennants like denominators, 15 unlike denominators).