This is a two-person game that gives students practice multiplying and comparing fractions. To play, students take turns rolling a die, writing the numbers that come up in the numerators and denominators of two frations, and then multiplying their fractions. Their goal is to get the smallest answer when compared to the person they're playing against. After multiplying their fractions, students compare the products to decide which is smaller and describe how they reasoned. The person with the smallest fraction will get 1 point. Each game is best of 3.
**Adapted from Marilyn Burns**