This is a fun game that has students identify equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents. I have included percents that are over one whole and less than one percent. Six different game boards are included. Students will use a recording sheet to write down their answers as they play the game.
You can include this game in your math centers and rotate the different game boards daily or weekly. You could also set up stations so the kids can rotate through all 6 games.
How to play the game-
Goal- Be the first one to get four in a row.
1.) A player spins the spinner. Match the fraction you landed on with an equivalent fraction, decimal or percent on the game board. Mark your spot on the board.
2.) The second player takes his/her turn.
3.) Players keep alternating turns until someone gets 4 in a row on the game board, and wins! The four in a row may be vertical, horizontal or diagonal.
4.) Fill in the student answer sheet as you go, or when you finish the game.