## Fraction Operation Domino Bundle

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Students practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions in a game format. This ...

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Students practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions in a game format. This bundle includes 4 different sets of dominoes for each fraction operation for a total of : 4-8 Domino sets, 4- 12 Domino sets, 4- 16 Domino sets and 4- 24 Domino sets. The smaller sets are great for pairs or even a student who likes to work alone. The larger sets are good for groups of 3 or 4. This is a great activity for review and practice. Dominoes are cut apart, placed face down and students draw all dominoes equally. Student with "start" places the first domino and then student with the answer/fraction problem in their hand plays the next. This continues until one student is out of dominoes and is declared the winner. I usually give 5 points per domino left in other students hands and keep a running tally. Students love playing games in the classroom and this set will give them the opportunity to practice working with fractions. BONUS: I have include a bonus set of dominoes with this bundle. 2 additional sets of 24 dominoes one set with addition and subtraction mixed and the other set with multiplication and division mixed.

Linda

I came to teaching after another successful career, fulfilling my dream of being a teacher. It is never to late to start over, and each day is a new learning experience. I am now obsessed with infusing technology in my classroom. I have also been the advisor to Math Club, have presented at numerous conferences and am currently a coach for new teachers as well as being in the Math 8 Classroom.

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