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# Fraction Games (Bundle of 10 Games)

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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Out with the worksheets, in with the games!! It is amazing how much more effort I get from my students when the practice comes in the form of a game!!!

Tic-Tac Toe: Simplifying Fractions (Medium Level)
Tic Tac Toe: Simplifying Fractions (Harder Level)
Battleship: Adding/Subtracting mixed numbers and fractions
Connect 4: Changing between mixed numbers and
improper fractions (Medium Level)
Connect 4: Changing between mixed numbers and
improper fractions (Harder Level)
Tic-Tac-Toe: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (easier level)
Tic-Tac-Toe: Adding and Subtracting Fractions (harder level)
Halloween Coloring: Dividing Fractions
Halloween Puzzle: Multiplying Fractions
Maze: Connecting fractions and decimals

How to play the games:

Tic-Tac-Toe:
Students pair up and share one game board. They then choose a question to complete- whomever gets the question correct, marks off the square with the corresponding answer (if both students get it correct, they pay rock-paper, scissors to decide who marks off the square- which is their favorite part!)
Two different levels included!!!

Battleship:
Students pair up (one getting board A, one getting board B)
The questions on Board A have answers on the bottom of board B (and vice-versa). Students take turns solving a problem and telling their partner an answer. If the answer is on the ship, its a hit! If the answer is around the ship (in the water), its a miss! The first person to sink their opponenet's ship is the winner.

Connect 4:
The game is played in pairs. The students choose a problem to complete and both students solve. Whomever gets the problem correct, marks off the square. If both students get the problem correct, they play rock-paper-scissors to decide who marks off the square. The first person to get get 4 in a row wins the game!

Maze:
Students move throught he maze solving problems as they go- they turn the fractions to decimals and turn the decimals to fractions (some improper). After they solve each problem, the correct answer shows them the pathway to the next question. If they don't see their answer, they know they did it incorrectly.

Halloween Puzzle:
This is a fun challenge where the students cut out the squres, and then reassemble the squares so the questions line up with the answers. They are asked to show all their work on a seperate piece of paper, and then glue the puzzle squares together on the back (that way they can turn it in for a grade). I usually have the students complete this with a partner, but can also be done individually

Halloween Coloring:
This is a festive, Haloween themed coloring to keep the kids' attention. The students divide each fraction or mixed number, turn their answer to a mixed number, and then use the whole number in their answer to determine the color they use. Some many skills practiced while still having fun! A worked out solution key is included

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