Fraction Activities

Teaching fractions couldn't be easier with these fun and creative fraction activities! Education.com's team has come up with a great collection of fun ideas for how to teach fractions to kids, including a rapid-fire fraction comparison game that uses a deck of cards, a ratio game with wastepaper basketball, and more. For an afternoon of educational fun, check out our fantastic fraction activities below.

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Simplify fractions with your child in this fast-paced math card game.
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In this version of the classic card game, students will gain an understanding of equivalents and may not even realize it's a math review!
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Compare fractions in this two-player math game. The objective of the games is to work together to determine who has created the largest fraction.
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Review fractions with your budding mathematician when you play this fun, educational math board game.
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Competitors go head-to-head only this time it's a race to figure out the lowest common multiple of two numbers; an important step to working with fractions!
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In first grade, children are introduced to fractions. Here's a recipe that combines fraction practice with winter fun and lets kids actually paint the snow!
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Turn learning fractions into a pizza party in this fun second grade math game.
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Here's a hands-on way to help your child understand how common fractions can be equivalent.
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Check out this game that provides an enjoyable way of demonstrating how recorded results can be expressed in whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
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This footwear-focused activity introduces fractions as part of a set and it's the perfect way to generate excitement about fraction concepts.
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Don't despair if numerators and denominators seem like a bore to your child. This colorful collage is sure to show him the brighter side of fractions.
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With this activity, you'll be practicing adding and subtracting fractions, but the activity can be modified to refresh multiplication, division, and more.
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Teach your fourth grader an important math concept with this quick and simple activity that shows him how to divide whole numbers by fractions.
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The proportion game combines chance with math skills and is a perfect way for your third grader to become more familiar with equivalent fractions.
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Figuring out fractions can be a challenge! But with this game your child will become more comfortable converting fractions after only a little practice.
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This activity will help your child tackle those tricky fraction word problems by way of a hands-on method.
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Make fractions easy for your child to understand by incorporating their discussion and practice into meals and cooking that you two participate in together.
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Whatever is stacked in your cupboard can be used to help your child learn how to compare fractions and decimals. A great hands-on math lesson!
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The kitchen can be a favorite place for kids. And cooking helps them develop valuable skills-- from eye-hand coordination, to reading, to math
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Tackle both boredom and mathematics with this inventive arts and craft project!

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