Are fractions your nightmare? Turn the nightmare to fun with fraction games.
Once they get the hang of them, kids like fractions! The problem is that many students don't build a solid foundation with fractions. Then, as they move through school without the basics, fractions become a source of fear. Fraction games for kids can help change that!
Give a child you know the benefit of using these games to start off on the right foot, or to sort out the trouble of the past. Need to review fractions before going to the fraction activities?
Fraction Wall Game: Fun fraction activity that helps kids get used to familiar with and learn about equivalent fractions.
Fraction Puzzles: Students get a chance to explore fractions with these fraction puzzles.
Fraction Circle Race: Your students will enjoy this fraction activity and learn all about equivalent fractions at the same time!
Fraction Magic Squares: Great fraction activity that your student's will enjoy. This will help your students' build skills adding and reducing fractions,
Fraction Number Line Concentration: Using fraction number line activities really help give students a visual of what's going on with fractions let's them seem how fractions relate to each other. That way they can have that "Oh, I see" moment and.
Fraction-Rectangles Multiplication: Visualize multiplying and dividing fractions with fraction rectangles.
Fraction Strips: Are you using fraction strips for teaching fractions yet? They're great for helping students visualize and get a better understanding of hoe fractions work.
Fraction Flip It: Grab a deck of cards, print off the Fraction Flip It game sheet, grab a pencil and paper, and you're ready to have fun multiplying fractions.
Fraction Fiasco: Students will love getting practice adding and subtracting fractions with Fraction Fiasco. Our new printable fraction board game that again!
Basketball: Ready for some basketball? Paper basketball that is. What kid hasn't tossed the crumpled up paper into the waste cam at one time or another? Well, here's a fun activity that let's them do just that and get some fractions in at the same tome!
Fraction Rings: In Fraction Rings, students will students get practice adding fractions by first finding a common denominator.
Online Games: There are plenty exciting online fraction activities to improve your child's math ability. Kids enjoy playing the games and the cool thing is they're building math skills! We provide some of our own and give links to others already on the Internet.
Four-Sums Fractions: Four-Sums Fractions is a fun activity for kids that are beginning to learn about adding fractions with common denominators. You can just print off the game boards and fraction cards right from your computer.
Hands-on fraction activities are a great way to give students a chance to touch and feel fractions. Often times if they can visualize fractions, it makes this sometimes difficult math concept a lot easier to understand.Fraction Strips
Fraction strips are a hands-on way for demonstrating how fractions work! Teachers and parents find may find this to be a good teaching tool when it comes to getting their students to feel comfortable with the concept of fractions. Kids enjoy it because of the game-like and its hands-on!
Fraction Card Games
Here's a collection of fraction videos that will make fractions easier to understand.Visualize Multiplying and Dividing
Get a visual picture of how multiplication and division of fractions works. Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.
There are loads of free fraction games on this site so you won’t need to spend tons of money. When you do have to spend, you’ll love our helpful reviews. And we promise not to tell if you overcome your own fraction phobia as you help a child.
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Print off these fraction strips and let your students get a hands-on fraction experience!
Kids love this fraction board game. And they'll get lots of practice adding, subtracting, and simplifying fractions too!