Matching Game Printable
We think your students will enjoy the fraction decimal matching game printable below. As a matter of fact, we've included percent too.
Learning how factions, decimals, and percents relate to each other is a key skill for middle school students, and using fun activities helps their understanding of this important math skill.
"Fraction Decimal Dash"
We think the kids will enjoy this "Fraction Decimal Dash" Matching Game! You can even add "Percents", if they're ready for them.
Number Of Players: 2 - 4 players.
What You Need:
- Fraction / Decimal Strips
- Game Markers for each player (buttons, coins, etc)
Print off a set of fraction / decimal strip for each player.
How To Play:
Object of the Game: The object of the game is to be the first player to complete their five 1-Whole strips with decimal, fraction, and or percent strips to equal 1-whole
- Decide who goes first.
- The first player turns picks up and turns over the top card of the face-down pile of game cards.
- The first player rolls the pair of dice and adds the two numbers on dice.