## Description

### How to teach Inequalities

In this Comparing Fractions Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with symbols that make the inequality true to show size of fractions.

Your students encounter fractions in their every day life. Comparing fractions will help your students help your students determine which slice of pie or pizza that they want! This worksheet is perfect for small group, math centers or independent practice.

Color inequalities that have a greater than sign ( > ) RED, Color inequalities that have a less than sign ( < ) BLUE. Color inequalities that have an equal sign ( = ) GREEN.

### Other resources to use with this Comparing Fractions Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about Comparing Fractions.

Use this Comparing Fractions Word Problems Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by reviewing symbols used for comparison. First, model how to make fractions with common denominators fractions by finding the Least Common Factor and then creating equivalent fractions. Next, show your students pictures of fractions to show which one is larger. Then, students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. As students work, circulate around the classroom to listen student discussions. After the activity, share students’ discussions that you heard to promote comparing fractions. Finally, students can write their own word problems to show comparing fractions.

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