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Comparing fractions

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Comparing Fractions is tricky, but using engaging activities and games with your 3rd graders is a great way to increase understanding. Comparing Click to read all about my favorite math centers to teach comparing fractions in 3rd and 4th grade, including these student favorites! Whether you're comparing fractions with the same numerator, fractions with the same denominator, or using benchmark fractions, these are for you!

Comparing fractions can be hard for students AND teachers. Here are 3 tips to make comparing fractions more engaging for your 3rd graders!

Comparing Fractions Anchor Chart - Check out my collection of anchor charts for math, reading, writing, and grammar. I love anchor charts even though I'm not so great at making them! Also, get some tips for using anchor charts effectively in your classroom.

Anchor chart inspiration for elementary teachers. Use my Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts for Reading, Math, Grammar, and Writing.

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Check out our latest blog to find out how Ashley Kraft, 4th/5th Grade Head Teacher, helps our students makes sense of this challenging mathematical concept.

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2nd Grade Math Worksheets can help your little thinkers build their math skills. Love for math is a joy that not every child understands. Math is in everything that we do. Build their confidence and fire their passion with our fun and free worksheets. Today’s learners are tomorrow’s world. You can help build a brighter […]

Fractions seems to be the topic that most students struggle with. I know in my own experience teaching third and fourth grades, this is...

Fractions seems to be the topic that most students struggle with. I know in my own experience teaching third and fourth grades, this is...