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An easy way to use dominoes in centers for comparing fractions!  Students could also choose 5 dominoes and then put them in order on a numberline...

A partner game for comparing fractions. The student who draws the larger fraction takes both pieces. (How will you make students prove their fraction is larger?

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

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.

Fraction Line-Up (more good ideas for comparing and ordering fractions)

Fractions -- could give them equations or situations or "who is the smallest" type questions and they have to step forward if it is them

Compare order fractions - comparing and ordering fractions - KS2 Year 5 6 - WHOLE LESSON

Compare order fractions - comparing and ordering fractions - Year 5 6 - WHOLE LESSON

Fraction hopscotch! (image only)  I love how it shows equivalent fractions and goes from smallest to largest!

# Great Idea for Kinesthetic Learners - Fraction hopscotch! (image only) I love how it shows equivalent fractions and goes from smallest to largest!

Free Addition Game for the Doubles Facts - The Measured Mom

Fraction Pictionary: Recognizing Fractions with Drawing {Fraction Game} It is a "real life" activity which helps the students to see the fractions in a new way, not just as pizzas.

Clothespin Fractions

Clothespin Fractions - order and compare fractions with clothespins from the Dollar Store. CCSS Fraction Standards in Grades 3 & Can use for equivalent fraction match up