# Fractions Tug of War Card Game

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This is a fraction card card game that really helps students to use equivalent fractions and compare fractions to get the larger value. The players draw their cards, read the fractions aloud and face off for 'Fraction War'. If two players draw equivalent fractions they draw again to find a fraction of greater value in order to win. For 3rd - 6th Graders. Students practice ordering fractions and matching equivalent fractions. An answer key of equivalent fractions is included.

These game cards can also be use as a center activity wherein students match cards according to their value. So the fraction word, fraction numeral and fraction model for each value (and values equivalent to it) can be grouped. Just remove the wild cards.

They can also be used to play the Fraction memory Card Game. Using any-two of the categories e.g. fraction numeral and fraction model only, place each card face down randomly in an array. Students discover which cards match which by turning them over. You can only turn over two cards at a time. Whenever you turnover a pair of matching cards, remove them from the group and continue until all pairs have been matched.

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I can't get the fraction tug of war game to download (or open) is there something I need to do?
February 8, 2013
Nyla's Crafty Teaching  (TpT Seller)
You may want to try updating your Adobe Reader. Here is what TpT tells us to do: First, if the PDF you purchased is blurry and showing black smudges, you need to upgrade your ADOBE READER is all. If you are on a Mac and still having the same issue, it's absolutely because you are still opening it with PREVIEW and not ADOBE READER. To solve, when you go to open the file, you need to actively select to open it with Adobe Reader, because the Mac will automatically open it with Preview if you don't say otherwise. So in your Finder Window, highlight the file and then click on the tool in the top of the Finder Window that looks like a sprocket or something, then choose Open With and then Other and then select Adobe Reader. Let us know it's solved with a follow up message so we know you're all set.
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You can try the FAQ as well.

If none of this works, you can email me at gilliannyla(at)gmail(dot)com and I'll email it to you directly.
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