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This is a cool way of showing students how to order fractions. Many students look at fractions and automatically shut down. This takes the fraction aspect out of the problem and gives students whole numbers to work with.

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love2learn2day: Clothespin Fractions - order and compare fractions with clothespins from the Dollar Store. CCSS Fraction Standards in Grades 3 & 4.

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Great for comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, and percents. Lots if good uses for this! Abc order, ordering numbers, etc. Love it!

Love this! Great for comparing and ordering fractions and decimals. Make a hands-on number line using clothes pins!