Arrange the fractions by dragging them on to the mystical snake in order with the largest near the head and the smallest at the tail.
Largest
Smallest
\( \frac{1}{10} \)
\( \frac{2}{10} \)
\( \frac{1}{4} \)
\( \frac{3}{10} \)
\( \frac{4}{10} \)
\( \frac{1}{2} \)
\( \frac{6}{10} \)
\( \frac{7}{10} \)
\( \frac{3}{4} \)
\( \frac{8}{10} \)
\( \frac{9}{10} \)
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This is Fraction Order level 3. You can also try:
This activity provides practice ordering vulgar and decimal fractions. Drag the fractions onto the snake so that the smallest fraction is at the tail and the largest is at the head.
There are 4 levels for this activity and for each one you can earn a Transum Trophy.
Fractions can be compared by considering the meaning of the numerator and denominator values. A Fraction Wall may help. Alternatively the fractions could be converted to decimals for easier sorting with the help of the Decimals Line. A spreadsheet could also be used to help manage the conversion and sorting.
There are many more fraction activities on the Fraction Topic page.
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