You've come to right place for online fraction games. Have fun learning fractions at the click of a mouse! Fractions can be confusing for many students, but since kids love games, fraction games are a natural for helping them learn.

If you're looking for math skills other than fractions, go to the main online math games page. Otherwise scroll down the page for online fraction fun!....

FRACTION BALLS 1: Identify fractions with the picture. Each fraction ball has a fraction on it and it's your job is to guide the ball into the correct container.

Multiplying Fractions Drill: After you click the link, if you need to review multiplying fractions before playing the game, just scroll up the page to see how to multiply fractions.

FRACTION MATCH : This next online game helps to see fractions visually. Kids have to match the fraction with the picture fraction.

FRACTION FREEZE: A game where the player has to freeze the picture fraction to match the fraction given.

BOWLING FOR FRACTIONS: This is both a visual and interactive fraction activity. Students click to build a visual fraction, then enter the correct name of the fraction.

Online Fraction Games

Fractions are like most anything, the more we do something, the better and more comfortable we become at it. So if we put two and two like to play fraction games can help them learn and practice something while having fun.

When learning fractions, kids are first introduced to the concept of what a fraction is. After that they're taught how to add two fractions together.

And then subtracting fractions comes next. They learn how to add fractions with common denominators and fractions without common denominators.

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