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The students stand on "ZERO" lightly roll a balled up piece of paper onto a fraction.   Then they hop on the squares and SAY the name of each fraction.   When they land on a double they have to name the equivalent fractions "One fourth is equal to two eighths" some of my students even say: "One fourth is equivalent to two-eighths" Which makes me OH SO HAPPY   The tricky one is 1/2 because there are 3 squares.

Fractions Bingo Game. For us visual learners! Could add/subtract/mult/divide with these as answers