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# Fraction Games

## Checker Math

Submitted by Susan Checker Math I like to use a light weight checkerboard game. On each of the squares I write an integer ( if I want the game to involve integers), or a decimal, or a fraction. When the student plays checkers he/she must add, subtract,

## Ordered Fractions: Compare and Order Fractions Game

Ordered Fractions is a game that requires a thorough understanding of what a fraction means and represents. In order to win this game consistently, students will need to understand how to quickly and fluidly change their fractions to other equivalent fractions with different denominators. For kids who

Submitted by Robin While we are studying converting fractions to decimals to percents (or during March Madness for a review), I wad up a paper “ball.”  I then put a small box on a table at the front of my classroom (a garbage can works great).  Students

## Fraction War

Submitted by: Katie Materials: Deck of Cards Pencil Students take turns playing “war” using a deck of cards and a pencil to act as the fraction line. The pair of students must then decide who has the larger fraction based on the four cards played. The winner