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**Fraction Fiasco** - The new ** Fraction Board Game** you can print, that makes

Players are never quite sure who will win this one, because they get bounced back and forth throughout the game. The good news is they’re also getting lots of addition or subtraction practice!

**Skill**: Adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators, simplifying fractions

**Number of players**: 2 - 4

**Object of the game**: Be the first player to reach END

**Supplies**: Game board, two dice, a game piece, paper and pencil for each player

**Preparation**: Print off Fraction Fiasco game board. To help preserve your game laminate your game board.

**To Play**:

- Each player puts his game piece at START. One player rolls both dice and adds the result. That number is the denominator that all players will use to begin the game.

- The first player rolls one die and moves forward that number of spaces. The player uses the number rolled and the number on the space where they landed as numerators. Player writes the two fractions on his paper using the denominator that was rolled earlier. He adds the fractions together and writes his answer in simplest form. Example: A 6 and a 4 are rolled at the beginning of the game. The denominator is 10 to begin with. The first player rolls a 3. The space where he lands has a 6. He writes 3/10 and 6/10 on his paper. He adds and finds a sum of 9/10.

- The other players check the player's work. If correct, player stays on that space. If incorrect, they go back to where their turn began, and their turn is over.

- Other players continue in the same manner, taking turns.

- If a player lands on a space that is already occupied, two things happen: 1) The player who was there first moves back one space. He then follows the instructions on that space or completes a new addition problem using the number just rolled by his opponent. If his answer is correct, he stays there. If it is not correct, he moves back one more space. 2) The player just arriving on the space completes an addition problem as usual.

*Have Fun!!!*

*You might like to check these printable fraction activities out as well:*

**Fraction Flip**: A fun printable game to help students practice **multiplying fractions**. All you need is a deck of playing cards and 3 to 5 players and you're ready to play!

**Fraction Feud**: This is a fun way to help kids **practice comparing fractions**. Just print off the *Fraction Feud Cards* from your computer and let the feud begin. This game can be played with 2 or more players.

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