- Smallest or greatest fraction from a set of three fractions with same denominator but different numerator - Smallest or greatest fraction from a set of three fractions with same numerator but different denominator
Pictorial aids are provided to help child understand the concept before proceeding to identify without pictorial aids.
Kids learn to compare fractions using < or > , arrange fractions in order from smallest to greatest and greatest to smallest. The challenge comes about when the fractions given are of different numerators and denominators. Fraction wall is provided for children to visualize the different fraction sizes.
Visualizing the different fraction sizes is important. It helps to lay a strong concept foundation for the child before he starts to learn about equivalent fraction.
Who is it for?
4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
Printable Worksheets (13 pages): - Compare and Arrange fractions Problems - Pictorial Aids such as fraction wall to help child understand concept - Answers to Problems
* Lay strong fraction concept foundation.
* Pictorial aids help child to visualize different fraction sizes.
* Based on Singapore Math curriculum; one of the best math teaching methods in the world.
* Print as many as you like.
* Teach at any time. Print and bring it along during traveling or waiting in restaurant.
* Let your child learn at her own pace. Re-print any section if you need to reinforce any concept.
* Saves you time in preparing lesson plan. Comes with answers.
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I am a Singaporean who uses one of the Best Math curriculum in the world - Singapore Math (some call it Math In Focus) to coach my children at home. I advocate the importance of making math concept visible and concrete in order to help children learn abstract concept easily. Most of my math worksheets include pictorial models to make math concept visible to the learning child. Kids learn to solve problems with the aid of pictorial models before proceeding to work just on numeric terms.
Adopting the Singapore Math curriculum and this teaching approach had proven to be effective for my kids. In the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Test for Key Stage 2, my son obtained 5.9/6 for most of the math topics. He got an average of 5.4 for overall in math. My girl obtained 6/6 for her math in Cambridge Checkpoint Test for Key Stage 3 and A* for her IGCSE "O" level. As such, I like to share these resources and urge teachers/parents to help children to lay a strong math foundation.
I like to make learning fun for kids. You can find many learning activities for kids and more information about me at my blog http://www.teachkidlearn.com