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Highlights

  • Contents include: 13 pizzas cut into 64 full-color, double-sided pizza pieces, 3 double-sided spinners, and an activity guide
  • For 2-6 players
  • Ages 6 and up
  • Made in China

Specifications

Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up

Material: Cardboard, paper, plastic

Playing Time: 30 Minutes or Less

Includes: Game pieces, spinner, instructions

Number of Players: 2-6 Players

Package type: Full game

TCIN: 52706374
UPC: 765023050608
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-4680

Description

Serve up fraction fun with 7 mouth-watering fraction games! All kids know "a piece of pizza", but just how big is that slice? Is it 1/8, 1/6, or - gulp - 1/3? 13 pizzas have been divided into halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, eights, ninths, twelfths, and sixteenths. Kids will learn how to identify fractions, match fraction equivalents, and add and subtract fractions, all by doing something they already love - staring at and slicing up pizzas! They'll spin the spinner and pick pieces that add up to certain fractions, or swap slices with their friends. Multiple levels of difficulty make this a great game for primary through middle grades. Learning fractions has never been so fun! Game comes with 13 pizzas cut into 64 full-color, double-sided pizza pieces, 3 double-sided spinners, and an activity guide. For 2 - 6 Players, Ages 6 and Up.
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews

Amazing!

5 out of 5 stars
GRACE - 12 months ago
originally posted on learningresources.com
Not just useful. It's very colorful and pretty.
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Fractions made visual--and fun

4 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 6 years ago
originally posted on learningresources.com
I first used Pizza Fraction Fun in my tutoring when my employer provided it. It became an essential part of my instruction method and I decided that I needed to have my own set to use with my private students. The kids love it and understand so many of the properties of fractions that are difficult to explain otherwise. I wish the box were sturdier, so I am reinforcing mine with clear heavy-duty tape. One drawback: the pizza slices look so realistic it makes the kids hungry!
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Fractions made visual--and fun

4 out of 5 stars
Kit - 6 years ago
originally posted on learningresources.com
I first used Pizza Fraction Fun in my tutoring when my employer provided it. It became an essential part of my instruction method and I decided that I needed to have my own set to use with my private students. The kids love it and understand so many of the properties of fractions that are difficult to explain otherwise. I wish the box were sturdier, so I am reinforcing mine with clear heavy-duty tape. One drawback: the pizza slices look so realistic it makes the kids hungry!
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A great game for my 6 and 8 year old!

4 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 12 years ago
originally posted on learningresources.com
This is a great game. I have played the cards with my 6 and 8 year olds. After they had tooled around with the cards they started figuring out how one fourth and one fourth add up to half etc. So, I left them alone with a paper and pencil to write down all such observations (adding fractions to total another fraction). They had a great time writing down as many equations as they could find in the peices.
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A great game for my 6 and 8 year old!

4 out of 5 stars
sibal - 12 years ago
originally posted on learningresources.com
This is a great game. I have played the cards with my 6 and 8 year olds. After they had tooled around with the cards they started figuring out how one fourth and one fourth add up to half etc. So, I left them alone with a paper and pencil to write down all such observations (adding fractions to total another fraction). They had a great time writing down as many equations as they could find in the peices.
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