By Denise Kiernan and Cindi Mitchell
It’s a bird . . . It’s a plane . . . It’s Fraction Man! Able to leap over tall fractions in a single bound. But which is biggest? Luckily, the buildings in Mathopolis are all labeled with fractions. First, compare the fractions, two at a time, by finding common denominators. You may have to do some fractions more than once. Write your fractions on the blank. Finally, list the fractions in order, from the smallest to the largest, in the blanks at the bottom of the paper!
This activity is designed to keep students engaged while they practice essential skills!