Pizza Fraction Fun Game by Learning Resources

Pizza Fraction Fun Game by Learning Resources
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It's pizza learning night! Deliver fraction fun to your kids with this game. Seven different activities allow budding minds to identify fractions; match equivalents; and add and subtract fractions as they build the pizza. From Learning Resources.

  • Includes 13 10-3/4"Diam double-sided pizzas and three double-sided spinners
  • For 2 to 6 players
  • Ages 6 and up
  • Made in China

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Pizza Fraction Fun Game by Learning Resources is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fractions made visual--and fun 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!
Date published: 2013-09-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Idea, But Complicated The general consesus in my house was...it looks too hard. I hate that expression, and I'm sure that if my boys spend enough time with it, they will figure it out. I do wish the instructions were a little simpler though. It just seems a little overwhelming right out of the box. My boys, 7 and 12, couldn't wait to open it, but once they did they didn't know where to start with it. Need lots of parental supervision with this one to get them started. =)
Date published: 2008-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great game for my 6 and 8 year old! 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.
Date published: 2007-01-18
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