Ordering and Comparing Fractions and Decimals
Order decimals and fractions (KS3)
Work interchangeably with terminating decimals and their corresponding fractions (KS3) 
Teaching for Understanding
Resources and ideas to promote understanding
Blogs and Lesson Ideas
Which Is Bigger? (The Storeroom)
Blog post about one of my favourite activities  I do this to introduce work on equivalent fractions, then return to similar problems to introduce use of inequality symbols between the fractions.
Comparing and Ordering Fractions and Decimals (The Storeroom)
Blog post about a full set of lessons based on Standards Unit card sort N1 Ordering Fractions and Decimals.
Blog post about one of my favourite activities  I do this to introduce work on equivalent fractions, then return to similar problems to introduce use of inequality symbols between the fractions.
Comparing and Ordering Fractions and Decimals (The Storeroom)
Blog post about a full set of lessons based on Standards Unit card sort N1 Ordering Fractions and Decimals.
Fluency
Collections of standard practice problems in various formats
Worksheets
Comparing fractions worksheet (Math Aids)
Worksheet generator for comparing two fractions; pupils use a common denominator to compare fractions, then insert the correct inequality symbol. Allows you to select denominators to change difficulty of problems.
Worksheet collections (greatschools.org)  converting between fractions and decimals
Worksheet collections (greatschools.org)  comparing and ordering decimals
Worksheet generator for comparing two fractions; pupils use a common denominator to compare fractions, then insert the correct inequality symbol. Allows you to select denominators to change difficulty of problems.
Worksheet collections (greatschools.org)  converting between fractions and decimals
 Sheet one: Simple conversion using place value.
 Sheet two: Converting between fractions and decimals using 10, 100 and easy denominators.
 Sheet three: Converting fractions to decimals using place value and division.
 Sheet four: Fractions and decimals greater than 1.
Worksheet collections (greatschools.org)  comparing and ordering decimals
 Sheet one: Comparing/ordering pairs and triples of decimals.
 Sheet two: Ordering sequences of decimals.
 Sheet three: Ordering sets of decimals with units.
WHiteboard Display
Coming soon.
Revision Resources
Enrichment, Extension and Problemsolving
Resources to extend thinking, enrich lessons or enhance problemsolving skills
Quick Puzzles and Problems
Don Steward
Fraction Order (Transum)
Drag and drop to order common fractions and decimals. There is also a pupil version with three levels of activity which would also work as a wholeclass starter.
 Fractions to decimals: Problem based on KS3 SATs question.
 1/9 as a decimal: Interesting visual representation of 1/9 as a decimal; great for a bit of discussion!
Fraction Order (Transum)
Drag and drop to order common fractions and decimals. There is also a pupil version with three levels of activity which would also work as a wholeclass starter.
longer Problems and INvestigations
Extension Activities
Other Links and Resources
Useful stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else
Interactives
Fractions on a Number Line (BGfL)
Interactive requiring pupils to place fractions on a number line using common denominators to compare; whole class activity or independent practice on computers.
Ordering Fractions Interactive (Top Marks)
Drag and drop activity; places fractions in height order, which is great for reinforcing ascending/descending vocabulary.
Comparing Fractions SelfChecker (Math Playground)
A selfchecking interactive which generates questions on comparing fractions using inequality symbols. Could be used independently by pupils or to generate examples for discussion for the whole class.
Interactive requiring pupils to place fractions on a number line using common denominators to compare; whole class activity or independent practice on computers.
Ordering Fractions Interactive (Top Marks)
Drag and drop activity; places fractions in height order, which is great for reinforcing ascending/descending vocabulary.
Comparing Fractions SelfChecker (Math Playground)
A selfchecking interactive which generates questions on comparing fractions using inequality symbols. Could be used independently by pupils or to generate examples for discussion for the whole class.
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