# Equivalent Fraction Bingo

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In this game students will practice finding equivalent fractions. This game can be played whole group or in small group. In this game students will have to use their knowledge of multiples to help them find an equivalent fraction to the shown card.

For example, if the fraction shown is 4/5 they need to know multiples of 5. This helps them play the game by knowing they can count out fractions such as 12/36 or 8/18. While the numerators are factors of 4, 36 and 18 are not factors of 5. This knowledge will help students quickly identify what the equivalent fraction could be.

How to Play:

• The teacher will show a card.
• Students will look at their board and try to find the equivalent fraction.
• When the equivalent fraction is found the student claims it with some kind of place marker.
• Five equivalent fractions in a row is BINGO.

Materials: Bingo boards, place markers, marker and white board or paper and pencil.

All ideas are original and my not be resold as is.

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