Click on the balloons to pop them in ascending order of the fractions.
There are three levels to choose from (see the options on the left menu on the game's website).
Level 1: Two balloons.
Level 2: Three Balloons.
Level 3: Four Balloons.
Ordering and Comparing Fractions (Different Denominators)
Students who are ready to learn about and practice their skills in comparing fractions will find several excellent online drills here.
Students will be given a few different styles for building their skill in fraction comparison, such as choosing the greater or lesser of two fractions, or dragging each fraction to its proper order on a number line.
The interactive and fun-oriented nature of each tutorial means that the kids will have an ideal learning environment that combines both math and interesting activities for students to learn about it.
The lessons here are easy for kids to understand and work with, especially in the third- and fourth-grade group, and they will be able to move quickly from equation to equation to maximize their learning potential.