# Fraction Decimal Percent Equivalence Game

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Students will “make” a complete sandwich by matching all the fractions, decimals and percents that are equivalent to each other.

Students should find the bread piece with the fraction in lowest terms. They then find the matching equivalent fractions, decimals and percents to make a "whole sandwich."

BEWARE that this activity has MANY pieces to cut out. I double laminated my pieces for durability (print, laminate, cut, laminate again and then cut out pieces again with an edge of laminating left on the edge)

**use it as is
**take out the percents find equivalent fractions and decimals
**take out the decimals and percents to compare fractions or to find equivalent fractions

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This activity comes in both a color version and a black and white version.

pgs. 2-30 color version (6 pages of bread, 3 pages of bacon, 3 pages of ham, 3 pages of lettuce, 3 pages of mayo smear, 3 pages of tomatoes, 3 pages of onions and 3 pages of pickles)
pgs. 31-59 b&w version (same as above)

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Standard alignment:

Indiana:
6.NS.5
5.NS.1: Use the fractions and decimals only. Using a number line, give the students a "mixed - up sandwich" to put in the correct order on the number line. Include some that are equivalent to each other.
4.NS.5: Using only the fraction cards, students can compare two fractions. Can be used in a "war-like" game.
3.NS.6 - 7: Using only the fractions cards, students can locate fractions that are equivalent to each other.

CCSS:

5.NBT.3b: partial alignment
4.NF.2: Using only the fraction cards, students can compare two fractions. Can be used in a "war-like" game.
4.NF.6: partial alignment
3.NF.3a: Using only the fractions cards, students can locate fractions that are equivalent to each other.
3.NF.3b: Using only the fractions cards, students can locate fractions that are equivalent to each other.

Thank you for looking,
Amy Alvis
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