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Comparing Fractions Task Cards w/ QR Codes NOW Digital!

Comparing Fractions Task Cards w/ QR Codes NOW Digital!

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Grade level

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Resource Type

Task Cards, Activities, Centers


Basic Operations, Fractions, Mental Math


Need a fun, independent way to practice comparing fractions?

Students will determine which of two fractions has the greater value. They’ll complete equations using a greater than, less than, or equal to sign.

Models are shown, but could represent other fractions as well.

Great for math centers!

There are 24 self-checking cards.

They can check their own answers using the QR codes or turn in completed task sheet to be graded by teacher.

Use cards for early finishers, scoot them from one student to another, use in small group review stations, or use as a quiz.

After reviewing Fractions with the task cards, use the Easel Assessment as a formative assessment!


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Google Interactive Classroom.

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1 review
    Think Wink
    11 Jul 2023
    Colorful! Helpful when learning to create a common denominator.