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Fractions Game



Engage your students in a wide variety of fraction skills with this incredible Topple Blocks™ game! Inspired by Hope King's use of Jenga games in the classroom, students will use colored Jenga/Topple Blocks blocks to practice their math skills. Each colored block has six questions. When a student pulls a certain color, their entire team must answer a question that corresponds to the color.

CLICK HERE to read a blog post about how I use this game in my classroom!

I have included two versions of this game so that you can easily differentiate in your classroom! There is one set that best correlates to 2nd and 3rd gradestandards, and I have differentiated all of the sections to meet the needs of 4th grade standards and 5th grade review. You can reach ALL of your learners with this game!

Concepts Include:
Draw & Identify Fractions
Equivalent Fractions
Comparing Fractions
Fractions Greater than One (Mixed Numbers/Improper Fractions
Fraction to Decimals (tenths and hundredths only)
Simplifying Fractions

Answer Key Included for both sets.

At the end of the file, there are two optional “score keeping” options. One includes a STEM component where students earn time to complete a STEM challenge and the other is a simple point-tracking system.

**NOTE: You will need a set of colored Jenga style blocks to play this game. You can purchase them on Amazon HERE. (Affiliate Link) You can also paint the edges a set of regular Jenga blocks found at WalMart!

Don't have Topple Blocks?
Check out this blog post with FIVE different ways to play, including FREE game boards!


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