This set of math games for partners will give your students plenty of hands-on practice working with fractions! These activities are perfect for math centers. They are easy to learn and students can play them independently.
Includes the following 5 games:
This game involves identifying fractions of a whole. Students roll dice to create a fraction and then find the corresponding circle models on the game board.
In this game, students will identify fractions of a set or group. They draw cards that show a group of objects. Each card has a question that requires the player to name the fraction and then mark the fraction on the game board.
Fill ‘Em Up
The objective of this game is to identify fractions of a whole and build whole units using fractional parts. Players take turns drawing fraction cards and coloring them in on the game board.
Model Match Up
This game requires students to identify fractions on a number line and also modeled as fraction circles. They try to find two that match to make as many pairs as they can.
All Star Fractions
Players will compare fractions on a number line and determine which is greater. This game can be differentiated by having higher level students find equivalent fractions with different denominators.All of these games are designed for two players.
Each of these games is designed to be played by 2-players.
Fractions Games for Two Players
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