Fraction Operations Board Game
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2: Number Sense and Operation – The student will use numbers and number relationships to solve a variety of problems. The student will estimate and compute with integers, fractions, and decimals.

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2. Number Operations

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a. Multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers to solve problems using a variety of methods.

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c. Estimate and find solutions to single and multistep problems using whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and percents (e.g., 7/8 + 8/9 is about 2, 3.9 + 5.3 is about 9).
Need a fun way to practice or assess your students learning? Why not provide them a board game to prove their understanding of fraction operations? * Suggestion: place in a file folder. • For 2 to 4 players • You will need: • Game pieces for each player • Dice – two regular 6sided (one to determine the spaces to move & one for the whole number in a mixed number – if required), two 10sided (one for the numerator and one for the denominator of each fraction), and one blank 6sided (4 sides labeled for each operation  +, , x, ÷; one side labeled “Choose One” for the player to choose one operation they wish to perform; and one side labeled “Choose Two” for the player to choose two operations they wish to perform.) • Put your game pieces on START. • Players roll game dice and move that number of spaces, then roll each die based on what the space says (roll only to create fractions, roll to create mixed numbers, roll the operation die to determine the operations used…). • Player solves the problem and all players check the answer. • Player must solve the problem correctly or they may not move off of the space at their next turn. • It is now the other player’s turn. • The first player to reach FINISH wins! * My students & I prefer to play this game as a class. They get very excited when I tell them we are reviewing fractions with this game. I have one of the boards (glued into a cute file folder) under the document camera, and the class is split into 46 groups. I roll and keep track of the students progress and whether they roll on their next turn or not. This way I can make sure they are correctly working the problems. The game is played the same, but instead of student competing against student within the groups, the students are working together to compete against the other groups. I love the collaboration between the students within the groups! The discussions amaze me!

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