Use pattern blocks to help students find equivalent fractions. Students simply take the blocks and trade them in for larger and larger blocks until they can not use any larger blocks to make the s…

A partner game for comparing fractions. The student who draws the larger fraction takes both pieces. (How will you make students prove their fraction is larger?

fraction bingo - students make their own boards. You can take it a step further by calling out addition and subtraction problems, equivalent fractions, percentages, and decimals for students to solve/convert.

Fraction comic- could use for unit introduction and let kids write about it. Introduces equivalent fractions too. Goes great with our first fraction lesson.

How to play Fraction War. Fraction war is a suuuuuper fun game to play. It allows students to practice their fraction comparisons quickly in a slightly competitive way.

Here's a terrific post with directions and resources on how to introduce fractions using paper folding! This is great for comparing and equivalence. It also helps cut down on all the cutting and gluing in the classroom!