Equivalent Fractions Game
Pupils roll dice and simplify the fractions they get on the grid, with the person with the biggest fraction getting a point. I usually play 10 rounds and then pupils move round and play someone else. They can also discuss at the end whether the game was fair and how to determine whether it was or wasn't. Sometimes if the class is small I record results on the board (like football scores) and get them to draw a up a league table! If you like this resource then please check out my other stuff on here! :)


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Created: Nov 26, 2013

Updated: May 5, 2016

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