When students play games and use manipulatives, they develop and deepen understanding of abstract mathematical concepts. These games allow students to talk with partners, play with manipulatives, then report back to improve and refine knowledge.
This product includes three games: building a gingerbread house (using a house with equal and another with unequal sides), comparing gingerbread cookie fractions, and placing candy fractions on a number line.
Fractions are one of those concepts that is best taught through student discovery and discussion. These games provide that practice using engaging clipart and fun partner games that encourage math discussion and partner talk. Includes recording sheets and directions for each game. Gingerbread house and recording sheet are suitable for hanging on a bulletin board.
I think you and your students will love learning and practicing fractions with these fun games.