Fraction Attraction Pack: Three Strategies to Compare and Order Fractions
Students tackle fractions with confidence while using Fraction Attraction resources!

This packet contains:

• A Fold-up which would fit well in a math journal or as a stand alone resource. The fold-up explains and gives an example of three different strategies that can be used to examine fractions. Once one of these strategies is used, fractions can be compared or ordered.

• A full-sheet handout. This handout contains the same information as the fold-up, just in a full-sheet format. I find this format works well as a quick reference sheet. In addition, many students like to take it home and share with their parents. This page could also be made into a poster.

• A two page worksheet. The worksheet focuses on comparing two fractions. Students are provided a workspace for each problem. Students are also asked to indicate which strategy they chose to use to solve the problem.

• A one-sided cut and paste worksheet is also included. The cut and paste sheet focuses on ordering three fractions from least to greatest.

• Answer keys for all worksheets are also included.
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Created: Aug 30, 2015

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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