Students use equivalent fractions to play a game of Tic Tac Toe with a partner. They must write an equivalent fraction to the original fraction in each space that they choose to play.
I have included many pages for multiple games to be played with many different fractions. Some pages are blank for the teacher and students to choose the original fractions and some pages are already filled in with fractions.
In my own classroom, I use pages 3 and 4 (the blank pages). I laminate them back-to-back so they’re reusable! I write a fraction on page 3 using a permanent marker, which can be easily cleaned off to write new fractions every few days for more practice. My students use dry erase markers to play.
Pages 5 through 14 can be printed back-to-back and already have fractions printed on them.