# 4th Grade Fraction FREE Game [Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers]

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This quick-paced, nail-biter of a free 4th grade fractions game will leave your kids BEGGING for more! Team up to knock out the other team's player. The last team standing wins! This is by far the most engaging thing I've done for my classroom this year. My kids get SO excited when we play, and they work super hard all week practicing math skills just so they can improve their Knockoutā¢ game!

Not only is this GREAT for learning about fractions, but it builds character as it emphasizes teamwork and good sportsmanship.

A quick look at Knockoutā¢ & how it is played:

ā¢Divide your class into 2 single file lines

ā¢Display the first slide

ā¢The player at the front of his/her line faces off against the player from the other team: the first player to answer his/her question correctly wins and returns to the end of the line.

ā¢The player who does not win goes to sit on the team "bench" to cheer on the team!

BUT WAIT. That's not all. If a player faces these slides, the following could happen:

ā¢Double Free Pass: Both players automatically get to stay in the game!

ā¢Double Knockoutā¢: Both players are automatically out!

ā¢Knockoutā¢/Free Pass: One player goes, one stays!

ā¢Pick a Pal: Choose a player from the bench to return to the game!

ā¢Knockoutā¢/Pick a Pal: One player goes, the other chooses a friend to return!

The team with players standing at the end of the game wins.

This game is a free sample from the 4th Grade Fraction Knockout pack that includes 15 other games.

Like what you see? Here is a full list of ALL Knockoutā¢ games for K-4:

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Math:

Arrays Knockout

Language Arts:

End-of-the-Year Review Knockout Bundles:

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**Update: My kids now beg to play this during indoor recess. They choose this over Legos/cars/arts & crafts----yes, it's true.

I really cannot tell you enough how Knockoutā¢ has changed the learning dynamic in my classroom. I am so happy to share it with you! Enjoy!

**I do not currently offer an editable version of Knockoutā¢; however, I am actively taking requests for Knockoutā¢ games. Please e-mail me at erinwaterstpt@gmail.com or leave a comment in the Q&A section and I will add your request to the list. Thank you! :)**

Erin Waters

Elementary Education

http://www.pinterest.com/erinmariewaters/

Understand a fraction š¢/š£ as a multiple of 1/š£. For example, use a visual fraction model to represent 5/4 as the product 5 Ć (1/4), recording the conclusion by the equation 5/4 = 5 Ć (1/4).
Add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators, e.g., by replacing each mixed number with an equivalent fraction, and/or by using properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction.
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