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Glenda Nogueras

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Discover creative and helpful anchor chart ideas for comparing fractions. Enhance your understanding of fractions with these visual tools and make comparing fractions a breeze.

1. Parts of a whole : see below 2. Parts of a set : see below 3. Fraction bar : see below 4. Number line: see below

Glenda Nogueras

In math, my third graders have been working on a variety of multiplication and division concepts including fractions. These are my anchor charts from my previous units (including one from multiple digit subtraction.) I'll post my charts from our new unit on area and perimeter soon.

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Ways to Compare Fractions anchor chart by Christy Hughes

Christy Stonecipher

Comparing fractions 4.NF.2 anchor chart 4th grade fractions

Kathryn Trumble

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.

Elizabeth Neuman

every primary grade teacher spends a TON of time trying to help kids develop their fact fluency. So, why are so many kids still not fluent with their facts?!?!?!?

Kathy Matheson-Biagi

Ways to compare fractions anchor chart

Jenn Keller

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

Emma Caroline

Different ways to compare fractions, anchor chart

Tristan Branchini Wandzy

Students need multiple strategies for comparing fractions, based on reasoning and fraction sense. Grab a *FREE* anchor chart students can use as a reference!

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