# Explore Basic Fraction, Fraction Concepts and more!

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I grew up playing the game of SPOONS with family and friends. I created this game to help support students learning basic fraction concepts with fun and competitive twist. Keeping only 4 (or 3) cards in their hand at any given time, students work to gather 4 (or 3) cards with he same fraction in the multiple representations. The game is then played like traditional SPOONS.

Ewww Who Tooted!?! In this rip-roaring game of gassy good times everybody gets a whoopee cushion shaped controller to control the flatulence. When the controllers light up only one person can push ...

Equivalent Fractions Worksheets...these coloring sheets make learning about equivalent fractions fun (usually it's just hard!), so download these sheets and give your students a treat!

Teach kids to put fractions into simplest form with this fun activity using M&Ms! Provide each student or group with a small bag of M&Ms to complete this activity. Reducing Fractions Task Cards

Interesting twist on fraction bingo. In this game, students color in the quilt design and determine the fraction of each square that is colored in their favorite color. Then they fill out their bingo card with the fractions in simplified form and play bingo.

Mrs. Manning's Math Mania: Great ideas for teaching fractions here!

How to read a ruler and equivalent fractions...picture to project

Whether this activity be used as a "ticket" for an edible slice, or just some classroom fun, it's a great way to get students creatively involved with a tricky math concept: Fractions.

The Power of NOT Giving the Answer...ever asked the students a question and let them stew on it for DAYS? Come check out today's blog post to see how I worked to REALLY get my students thinking about fractions--not just TELLING them about fractions.

This interactive game makes for great math practice & review, especially with Super Bowl Sunday just around the corner. Complete with NFL music, plays, and penalties- it is sure to be an engaging learning activity! Played in a small group or whole class setting, students work individually, or as a team, to solve multiplication and division math problems. Problems vary from basic equations to higher level thinking story problems. Covers several Common Core State Standards. (CCSS)

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