__ORDERING FRACTIONS!:__**A great Drag and Drop style game that engages students on using pictorial representations of fractions to help them determine how to order fractions. Students can practice ordering from least to greatest and from greatest to least.**

**THIS WOULD ALSO WORK WELL AS A GREAT "THINK ALOUD" LESSON ACTIVITY!**

**Show your students your process when ordering fractions presented pictorially.**

**ORDERING FRACTIONS ON A NUMBER LINE PRACTICE:**

**This activity provides practice with fractions only presented in numerical form. Use to show students how you expect them to justify their answers whether they explain how they used the denominators, the numerators, comparing numerators to denominators, converting to decimals, etc.**

**Fraction Number Line Fun -**

**Great for practice with linear/measurement fractions models.**

**FIND THE NUMBER!**

**JUST FOR FUN...**

*to get students comfortable with number lines!!*__and__**This would be great for those students who struggle with locating the two tens, hundreds, thousandths, etc. that a given number falls between.**

**ADULTS HAVE FUN WITH IT, TOO! TRY IT OUT!**