# Ordering Fractions Worksheets

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Our ordering fractions worksheets feature exercises that incorporate both fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators, utilizing number lines and visual models. This pdf resource includes answer keys to facilitate instant verification. Introduce kids to these free worksheets and watch their ordering skills flourish.

Ordering Fractions with Like Denominators

Can you arrange fractions in order? If all the fractions have the same denominator, you can simply compare the numerators (top numbers). The bigger the numerator, the bigger the fraction.

Ordering Fractions Using Number Lines

Order fractions using number lines in this exercise for 3rd grade and 4th grade. Look at the marked fractions. The fraction that lands further to the right on the number line is the bigger fraction.

Ordering Fractions Using Visual Models

Visualize the size of fractions with these worksheets on fraction order! Examine each visual model and sort the fractions based on the amount of shaded area, from least to greatest and vice versa.

Ordering Fractions with Different Denominators

This section focuses on sorting fractions having unlike denominators. Once all fractions have the same denominator (the LCM), simply compare the numerator and write them in order.

Ordering Mixed Numbers | Like Denominators

To order mixed numbers with like denominators, compare the whole-number parts and numerators. After comparing, arrange the mixed numbers according to the given instructions.

Ordering Mixed Numbers | Different Denominators

Assess kidsâ€™ ordering skills with these printables! Guide them through the process, which involves three key steps: converting to fractions, finding common denominators, and then ordering the fractions.

Ordering Fractions and Mixed Numbers

This set of ordering fractions worksheets combines fractions and mixed numbers for an exciting challenge. Start by converting the mixed numbers to fractions, and then proceed to organize them with ease!

Put your fraction arrangement knowledge to the test with this multiple-choice quiz! Avail these practice sheets to evaluate how well children in grade 4 and grade 5 can sort fractions with accuracy!