This bundle contains our popular Fractions Bingo and Fractions "I Have...Who has?" games all included in one package available at a lower price than purchasing individually. The fractions games cover fractions 1/1 through 10/10. Perfect for practice throughout the year or for end of year whole cla
This I have, Who Has Fractions Game is perfect for fractions reassessment.
This game set includes 33 game cards with fractions from up to tenth.
There are no duplicate equal parts.
Perfect resource to round up your fractions unit.
This file contains 24 I Have, Who Has cards with a fun Pizza theme that reviews fractions. Students must be able to read fractional numbers and determine the fraction for the given picture. Cards contains halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, and ninths. These cards make reviewing fracti
This owls themed fractions game features 54 fraction owls game cards. It includes fractions from 1/2 to 10/10, and features an answer key so the teacher can easily follow along as the game is played by students. The teacher will only need to look at the fraction owls cards if there is a discrepanc
This "I Have... Who Has...?" fractions game is perfect for reviewing beginning fractions. To introduce students to fractions, this game only includes fractions with a one as the numerator (top number). This is perfect as students first learn about fractions. Once they master these simple fractions t
Your class with have a blast reviewing fractions with this fun robot I have, Who has fractions game! This product is a PDF with three printable pages of game cards. There are 28 cards in total and they cover the following fractions: halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths and eighths.Instructions:1.
This is a great whole class activity to review fractions. This file contains 24 cards and includes basic fractions in fourths (quarters), thirds, halves, and wholes. Students read the fraction and see who has the matching picture! This is wonderful for a kindergarten or first grade classroom! DO N
This game features 54 fractions game cards. Fractions game includes fractions from 1/2 to 10/10 and features an answer key so the teacher can easily follow along as the game is played by students. The teacher will only need to look at a student's fractions card if there is a discrepancy while play
Mixed Fractions: If you love the 'I Have, Who Has...?' games, here's one for matching Mixed Number Fractions from pictorial form to numeral form. It includes 24 cards and is recommended for 3 to 4 players for each round.
The instruction page for playing is included. Variations to this game are also
May the Fractions Be With You-I Have/Who Has Game is a fun and easy game you can play with your class. Copy on card stock paper and laminate. Cut pieces apart and pass out to students. Cute and fun! Your children will love the game and the cute design! 28 playing cards. If you have extras, you can
Have fun with this set of decimal, percentage and fraction games.I Have…Who Has…game bundle includes 4 different coloured sets of cards to consolidate the conversion of fractions to decimals and percentages, decimals to percentages and equivalent fractions . A fun way to consolidate fractions, decim
Play "I have... Who has?" with fractions!
After playing once, see if the students can beat their time.
---includes 24 playing cards with 23 fractions: from halfs to eighths---
Students will be able to practice both written notation and pictoral representation of these fractions.
This is an "I Have...Who Has" game for a class ranging from 16 to 36 students. Students practice relating decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers, as well as a few simple addition and subtraction questions with decimals. To play "I Have...Who Has" the teacher prints one page of cards and cuts them ap
This "I Have... Who Has...?" fractions game is perfect for reviewing fractions. The game features the following fractions: halves, thirds, and fourths.The game includes 27 fraction cards, featuring halves, thirds and fourths. If you have fewer than 27 students in your class, some students can hold m
Here is the lovely "I have, who has" game. This is the perfect activity to get students engaged in converting fractions, decimals, and percents. My students love it! There is a class set of thirty cards.All cards should be used during the game. Students love to have more than one card!A great way to
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"I Have, Who Has?" is an interactive, popular classroom game to involve all students and create plenty of opportunities for practice and reinforcement of concepts (See my "Customizable I Have, Who Has? Game" to make your own version!)...
This I Have, Who Has game is a fun way for your class to review fractions: adding, multiplying, simplifying, and dividing. Don’t be alarmed if your students don’t know these skills, the questions are fairly simple and can be figured out through some problem-solving. How can I use this product?The ga
These cards can be cut out and used as an engaging activity to practice identifying fractional parts of a set of pictures or objects. This game can be played as a whole class, in small groups, or independently. For best results, print these 24 cards onto colored cardstock and laminate for years
This whole-class game requires students to covert between mixed numbers and improper fractions. Each student can move at his/her own pace & the teacher can easily see which students are struggling with the material.
Looking for more fun with fractions? Try my 5 In 1 Fraction Activities. (This
This is a great game for fraction review or even an introduction. The set includes 20 cards with denominators 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8. These are designed to meet 3rd grade standards, but are great for 2nd grade enrichment or 4th grade remediation!
Cut and play!
These "fair share" fraction activities, cards, and worksheets will help very early learners understand fractions. Halves and fourths/quarters are emphasized. Students will identify and create their own fractions/fair shares to really understand the meaning behind fractions. More advanced fraction
This is a great I Have... Who Has math game that will help your students practice converting percentages to fractions in a fun way. Included are 32 cards, as well as a student Player's Card, with a hidden secret message that needs to be decoded as the game goes on.
I Have... Who Has? games are a f
An exciting math game that can be played with 3-4 students, a cooperative learning math group, or your whole class (depending on the size). A student deals out all of the cards. The first student to go, reads the bottom "WHO HAS" part of their card. The student that has its equivalent fraction match
If you love the 'I Have, Who Has...?' games, here's one for matching Improper Fractions from pictorial form to numeral form. It includes 24 cards and is recommended for 3 to 4 players for each round. I suggest that your students should be first able to convert from improper fractions to mixed number