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Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun

multiplication jenga--could do this with math facts, multiplication, division, etc. Each block is worth a point, get it wrong, other person gets to answer it, they get it right, they keep it. The person with the most points when the tower falls, is the winner.

Super Sweet Second Grade: Fraction Name Art - Fun Project for my 6th graders! Maybe add some operations with those fractions we've made

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I Have, Who Has Fraction Card Game with Pizza Theme

This file contains 24 I Have, Who Has cards with a fun Pizza theme that reviews fractions. Students must be able to read fractional numbers and det...

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Compare Fractions Activity

Comparing fraction game: Capture That Fraction