Saturday, July 8, 2017

FREE MATH LESSON - “Fractions of a Shape 5 in a Row: No Prep Game & Powerpoint”

by Tessa Maguire
2nd - 3rd Grade

Practice identifying the fraction represented when given a picture of a fractional shape with this 5 in a Row Game. This game practices identification of some of the most common fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, and 8. This no-prep blackline game is ready for playing. Just print, cut, and play, or copy on colored paper and laminate for future use. The corresponding Powerpoint file manages the game all on its own. Click the button to randomize the order and push start, and it will play and display. It can be randomized for every play, keeping the game fresh and fun for students. With only 15 numbers on the game card, students can quickly find and identify the numbers. There are 30 different game cards included so you can even use them in large class sizes. Complete setup directions are included. Note: The game is self timed at 10 seconds per slide, as that's what worked best in my classroom, but you can change the length of the timing in the same way you'd change any slide timing in Powerpoint.

Please note: This may not work with Powerpoint compatible programs. Please only purchase it if you have Powerpoint. It will not work on Powerpoint 2008 for Macs.

Also check out my Fractions and Mixed Numbers on a Number Line 5 in a Row

For other 5 in a Row games check out:
Multiplication Facts 0-10
Division Facts 0-10
Multiplication & Division Facts Mixed Review 0-10
Multiplication & Division Facts Bundle
Addition & Subtraction Facts Bundle

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