Ordering Fractions Least To Greatest game
Ordering fraction least to greatest
Ordering Fractions Least To Greatest game | just like the worksheet for ordering fractions, this game helps 5th graders practice fractions ordering. In this game, you will learn to arrange fractions from the least to the highest quantity with the numerators same. Let’s begin and learn more!
How to Play Ordering Fractions from Least to Greatest
Firstly once the game loads, three options will appear. Clicking on “PLAY” will start the game, “HOW TO PLAY” will present you with some main points of playing, and “MORE GAMES” will show you more math resources. When the game starts, you will be given a question of whether the fractions are arranged in the correct order from the least to the greatest.
You will be given three fractions and you need to use the fraction ordering method. In this, you will learn the ordering of fractions when the numerators are the same but different denominators. When the numerators are the same, you have to order the fractions by looking at the denominators. The fraction that has the least denominator is the largest and the fraction with the greatest denominator is the least. For example, if you have 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4, then 1/2 will be the greatest, and 1/4 will be the least.
The reason for this is that if you draw three rectangles of the same size; divide the first one into two equal parts, the second one into three equal parts, and the third one into four parts. Now shade one part in all the three rectangles you will see that the first rectangle will have the biggest shaded part. This first rectangle is 1/2 and that is why it is the greatest. But the third rectangle has the smallest shaded part and it is 1/4 and so is the smallest.
Some trucks will carry yes and no. If the fractions have been arranged rightly from the least to the highest then click on a truck holding yes. Your score will keep on adding on the top left of the game screen. You can allow music by clicking on the music icon on the top right and mute by clicking again and also enter the menu page by the three dashes menu icon with the music one.
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