Students are going to LOVE this digital review game for fractions practice! FLYING WITH FRACTIONS has an airplane theme and is incredibly engaging. This game was created using Genially and can be accessed on any device with a web-browser. Users do need to sign-in to an account in order to play the game. This includes the teacher who will assign this game via a single link.
This resource downloads as a PDF file that contains the link to the digital game. Teachers will have access to performance reports but will know students have successfully completed the questions when they correctly solve the final mission. (You can always ask the students to send/post a screenshot of the Congratulations screen)
The interactive game that simulates an airplane flight will instantly grab students’ attention! Students will complete 4 “flights” in which they solve a variety of questions about fractions.
Flight 1: Comparing fractions
Flight 2: Equivalent fractions
Flight 3: Mixed fractions
Flight 4: Fractions on a number line
Each flight contains 5-6 questions.
At the successful completion of each level, students receive a secret number. They will need to write these numbers down. Once all 4 missions have been completed, students enter the 4 secret numbers on the final mission screen. If correct, they will have successfully cracked the code and will be congratulated.
You can share this resource with students in various ways since it comes as a single link. The 2nd page of the PDF download will show you how you can share straight to Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams right from the Genially. Feel free to post the link on your server, LMS, class website, etc. as long as your students are the only ones to access it. This download is for a single classroom license.
Check out the preview to see this in action (turn up your volume for the full effect!) and also to see if the questions would fit your learners. I marked this resource for 4th and 5th grade with the intention that this would serve as a good warm up for 5th!
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