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Comparing Fractions From 0 to 1: Interactive Activity for 2nd-3rd Graders!

Fractions on the number line. How big is \frac{4}{7} compared to \frac{5}{8}?
Students input numerators and denominators and compare fractions on the number line.
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Htm.gif Fractions on a number line Use the numerator and denominator sliders to create a fraction of your choice. Watch the fraction appear on the "number line". (It isn't actually a number line, bit it is very similar to one!) Download

Htm.gif Locating fractions on a number line Students place two randomly generated fractions on a number line. A check box shows whether the fractions have been correctly located on the number line. Download

Htm.gif The Land Problem, Milan Sherman This is an interactive version of a problem taken from the Connected Mathematics curriculum. The goal is for students to develop visual meaning for fractions in terms of relative quantities.


Decimals and fractions


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Arrange Decimals

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Estimate location of decimals on a number line

  • Htm.gif Decimals on a line Zip.gifDownload Three decimals are randomly generated. Students estimate the location of the decimals on a number line. A check box reveals how accurate the placements were. By Duane Habecker

Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages

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