This is a fraction game with a pizza theme. Students will draw a card and then look at the pizza pieces on the card. They will name the pizza in two ways: improper fraction and mixed number. Based on whether they get it right or not will determine if they move around the board. Directions are included.
The game has the subtitle, "Who ate the eights?"......The fraction pizzas are in eights, but can be renamed in a variety of ways, for example, 6/8 can be named as 3/4.
Included are: cover sheet if you choose to use it as a file folder center, adorable pizza themed game board that can be used with other game cards, 20 pizza themed fraction cards, directions, and answer key.
This works perfectly for a math center.
For more creative lesson ideas, please click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.
Great game! Love the graphics! Very kid-friendly with directions and answer key.
August 10, 2012
July 12, 2012
love this center. wish there were lots more!!! love it!
June 12, 2012
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May 20, 2012
I really like this!
May 14, 2012
I would have liked more cards, esp. to fill up the last page. Having said that, however, I LOVE this! I had to make 3 sets because it became so popular with my students--which is another reason I'd like more cards :-) Maybe you could sell an "add-on" set?
March 29, 2012
Looks like fun.
March 16, 2012
This is perfect for my 3rd grade homeschooler! We love it!
P.S. My sister used to teach with you! :)
Thanks for all of the purchases. I do hope they have worked out for you. Yep, Becca... she mentioned you bought some stuff. I appreciate it! I would think TpT is the perfect place for homeschooling parents!!
Hi... no, they don't have to be able to reduce the fraction. For example, they could say 12/8 as the improper fraction and then give 1 and 4/8 as the fraction. 1 and 1/2 is also an option for the answer but it is NOT a required answer. Some kids might be able to give it, so it is on the answer sheet, but it is not required for the game as far as earning a point. I hope that makes sense. :-)