Compete against a friend, the computer or someone from around the world in a tug of war. To win, you have to compare the size of fractions quickly and accurately. Great fun! Note that the game can take quite a while if the competitors are evenly matched!
An exciting way to practice creating equivalent fractions. You compete against your mates, the computer or other fraction-maniacs around the world to find equivalent fractions quickly and accurately.
Two challenging puzzles.
Here is the blurb:
Here is the multiplication tables puzzle:
And here is the equivalent fractions puzzle:
A fantastic interactive activity! Students get lots of practice at finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percents. Three thumbs up!
The website has a fact sheet, a worksheet, a quiz and (best of all) a game for teaching this activity.
The main website is at:
If you want to cut to the chase and just play the game, it can be found at:
A variety of great bingo games to reinforce fraction concepts - fraction to picture, fraction to equivalent picture, equivalent fractions, improper fractions, and fractions to decimals.
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Equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, improper fractions to mixed numbers.
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Click on the link below to download this flash activity, where students are asked to compare whole numbers, fractions or decimals. You can also create your own activities, including ordering measurements with different units.
Concentration Memory Game
You can choose to play the game to revise number facts, fraction concepts or fraction-decimal-percent conversions. Very nice implementation!