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How to get your students to think deeply about fractions: use these fraction puzzle cards and have them discover and use 8 different strategies for comparing and ordering fractions.

How to get your students to think deeply about fractions: use these fraction puzzle cards and have them discover and use 8 different strategies for comparing and ordering fractions.

Fractions & Decimals Review Game ~ Questions include comparing and ordering fractions and decimals, converting mixed numbers to improper fractions, and reducing fractions to simplest form.

Here's a set of materials to play fraction and decimal Bingo. Instead of covering up the fraction or decimal that is called, students cover up the equivalent fraction or decimal. Includes 30 game boards, a blank board, fraction and decimal cards for calling, and a record sheet so you know which fractions/decimals should be covered.

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.

In this fraction mini-unit you'll find a handout for students to practice shading shapes to represent fractions, directions for a fraction foldable, and a cooking with fractions activity.

## Students practice reading, ordering and comparing fractions and decimals to the tenth with this twist on the card game War.