# Ordering Fractions Decimals Percentages Treasure Trail Individual students

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Ordering Fractions, Decimals & Percentages – Treasure Trail Individual students (or pairs) can start the trail at any question poster. Once they have calculated the answer they should then find the poster that has that answer at the top. Students go from one question to the next until they have completed the full circular trail. Students should record the letters of the questions they have completed. (Clear plastic wallets around your classroom make it quick and easy to display posters. )

Printing To print full page posters Click: File > Print. Enter ‘ 4 -20’ in ‘Slides: ’ To print half-size posters Click: File > Print. Select ‘Full Page Slides’, then ‘ 2 Slides’.

Treasure Trai. L Ordering fdp

d Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the third number?

r Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the middle number?

e Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the second number?

t Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the second number?

c Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the third number?

h Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the smallest number?

a Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the largest number?

Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the second number? q

Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the largest number? k

b Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the third number?

y Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the largest number?

p Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the largest number?

Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the smallest number? m

l Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the largest number?

z Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the largest number?

u Put these numbers in size order, starting at the smallest. What is the smallest number?

Teacher’s Answer Sheet U 0. 1 E A K R T 75% Answer 0. 85 M Y 1. 1 Sheet Answer Q 15% Z 0. 67 B 0. 45 H P L 0. 59 C D 9%

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