Students spin and collect fraction pieces in hopes of being the first to create a whole circle. This simple, yet fun and effective math center will have students using phrases like one fourth, one eighth, one half, whole to describe wedges of a circle. Color-coded pieces match the spinner so students are not guessing which piece to take. Labeled parts reinforce the math language and the proportionate size of the pieces help students recognize that two eighths equals one fourth and four fourths equals one half and two halves make one whole! Many combinations can make a whole circle to win!
Print page 2 and laminate onto a 9in by 6in manila envelope.
Print the following pages for a 2-4 player game.
See our Fraction Matching envelope game for further practice!