## Fractions on a Number Line Resources

Line them up! Placing fractions on a number line helps students understand the relative value of and relationship between different fractions. Lesson plans utilize hands on activities and manipulations of fractions on a number line to teach children how to work with fractions. As students become more comfortable with fractions, you can have them compare decimals and fractions. Find teaching strategies and guided practice for your child with our Fractions on a Number Line Skills Guide.

## Constructive Resources on Number Line Resources

There are more ways to express a fraction than with a numerator and denominator. Fractions can also be represented as decimals and on number lines. The benefit to plotting fractions on a number line is that it provides students with a visual example of where a fraction exists between two whole numbers.

For sources on fractions on a number line, there are lesson plans like

Number Line Time that focus on the distance between 0 and 1. Kids gain an understanding of how to translate fractions to the correct linear point. Because fractions commonly appear in money equations,

Fractions on the Dollar with Number Lines instructs students to pinpoint cents on a number line. There are helpful printable worksheets like

Measuring Cup Musings that prove the practical use of number lines when used on measuring cups. There are also a couple of vocabulary and glossary printouts to ensure that students understand number lines and math language like equivalent and bar model. There are many online games and activities for students to receive instant feedback on number line equations.