Thinking about sizes of fractions and the confusion of numbers - Section 2: New Games for Comparing Fractions

Thinking about sizes of fractions and the confusion of numbers

2 Games that Compare Fractions with a Little RTI on the Side

Unit 6: Fractions 1: Understanding Equivalence in Fractions and Decimals
Lesson 4 of 12

Big Idea: Fraction War and Oh No! Fractions are a fun way to prove which fraction is larger. Students fold paper adding machine paper to reinforce understanding of equivalent fractions.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Fractions, Fraction Games, factor pairs
55 minutes

Mary Ellen Kanthack

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