Interpret statements of inequality as statements about the relative position of two numbers on a number line diagram. For example, interpret 3 > 7 as a statement that 3 is located to the right of 7 on a number line oriented from left to right; and write, interpret, and explain statements of order for rational numbers in realworld contexts. For example, write 3 > 7 degrees to express the fact that 3 degrees is warmer than 7 degrees.

Understand the relationship between two numbers using a number line
In this lesson you will learn about the relationship between two numbers by finding their location on a number line.
 6.NS.C.7a

Understand the relationship between two negative numbers using a numb…
In this lesson you will learn about the relationship between two negative numbers by finding their location on a number line.
 6.NS.C.7a

Compare two positive or negative numbers in realworld situations
In this lesson you will learn about comparing two positive or negative numbers in realworld situations by using a number line.
 6.NS.C.7b

Compare more than two positive or negative numbers in realworld situ…
In this lesson you will learn about comparing more than two positive or negative numbers in realworld situations by using a number line.
 6.NS.C.7b
Isolation Drills:
 Absolute value word problems
 Comparing absolute values
 Finding absolute values
 Ordering negative numbers
Interactive Practice:
 Compare and Order Numbers – Explanation, examples and interactive applets
 Compare Decimals using a Number Line – Practice problems
 Compare Fractions – Two activities available from Visualizing Fractions
 Comparing and Ordering Integers – Number Line practice
 Comparing Decimals – Compare decimals; instruction and review, practice, and a quiz
 Comparing Exponential Expressions – Select, <, >, or =
 Comparing Fractions – Summary of ways of comparing fractions [Skillwise factsheet]
 Comparing Fractions and Decimals: Money – Exercise in recognizing the correspondence between fractions and percentages in the context of money [Skillwise worksheet]
 Comparing Fractions and Decimals: Place Value – Exercise in expressing decimals as fractions or mixed numbers, simplifying if possible [Skillwise worksheet]
 Comparing Fractions and Decimals: Shapes – Exercise in expressing the shaded areas of shapes as fractions and decimals [Skillwise worksheet]
 Comparing Fractions and Percent – Entry level quiz [Skillwise quiz]
 Comparing Fractions and Percent – Level 1 quiz [Skillwise quiz]
 Comparing Fractions And Percentages – Exercise in changing fractions to percentages and percentages to fractions [Skillwise worksheet]
 Comparing Fractions And Percentages: With Money – Exercise in recognizing the correspondence between fractions and percentages in the context of money [Skillwise worksheet]
 Comparing Integers – Comparing integers with absolute values. Instruction and review, practice, and a quiz
 Comparing Numbers Game – Interactive game [Skillwise game]
 Comparing Prices in Two Shop Sales – Exercise in working with fractions and percentages to find the best monetary value [Skillwise worksheet]
 Comparing Seven Digit Numbers – practice area followed by an interactive game
 Comparing two numbers on a number line – Learn how to compare two numbers using a number line. Type each number into the boxes provided, then click “Show Me!”
 Comparing Values – Create your own math facts worksheets for comparing values. Problems can include calculations using positive and negative numbers, and two digit decimal values
 Comparing Whole Numbers – Exercise in assessing and comparing whole numbers for bakery figures [Skillwise worksheet]
 Computation Castle – A game that requires the utilization of several math skills: mixed numbers/improper fractions, equivalent fractions, metric conversions, exponents, rounding to the nearest thousands and thousandths and place value
 Evaluating Expressions – Get out your pencils and calculators and give these a try!
 Flower Power – Position numbered flower buds to order decimals, fractions and percentages correctly – game instructions are available
 Fraction Mystery Picture Game – Match fraction statements to the answer in the grid
 Fraction Sorter – Sort fractions on this interactive site; directions are given on how to use applet.
 Fractions SidebySide – Interactive game comparing fractions
 Fractotron – Fractions will appear on the screen, you compare them to one half
 Interactive Adventure with Deep Sea Carl – Carl is diving in the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia. These waters are shark infested. Keep Carl safe by determining how many feet below sea level Jaws Daddy is.
 Line Jumper – Students practice locating numbers on a number line with this Fun Brain game [five levels of difficulty are available]
 Math Drill – Practice <, >, or =
 Number Line Bounce – Instructions on how to play are included at the top of the window.
 Number Line Generator – This virtual manipulative can be used to picture whole number operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, carried out on a number line.
 OneMinute Video on Comparing Fractions and Percentages – Why compare fractions and percentages? – [Skillwise video]
 Ordering Decimal Numbers – Click and drag the numbers to put them in order from least to greatest
 Ordering Decimal Numbers II – Click and drag the numbers to put them in order from least to greatest
 Placing Calculations on a Number Line – Four types to choose from; calculations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division
 Placing Fractions and Decimals on a Number Line – Place fractions and decimals on a number line. A wide choice of levels including proper fractions, improper fractions and mixed numbers.
 Put Whole Numbers in Order – Three or more numbers can be placed in order. A number may come before the other numbers or it may come between them or after them
 Rational and Irrational numbers – Review and practice
 Rational Numbers on a Number Line – compare decimals with or without a number line
 Rational Numbers on the Number Line – Worksheet with explanation and eleven practice problems
 Symbols of Inclusion – Simplify each expression and choose the correct comparison symbol
 Vertical Number Line – Worksheet for practice