Item #: 934740 | Model #: WCA4725
WCA Numeracy: Fraction Fluency Game, Grades 3rd+
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WCA Numeracy: Fraction Fluency Game, Grades 3rd+

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  • Age group and grade: Ages 8 - 12 and grades 3rd+
  • Usage ideas: Build fluency in the use of fractions
  • Includes game board, instructions, 107 tiles
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WCA Numeracy: Fraction Fluency Game, Grades 3rd+
Product Description
Numeracy fraction fluency game build fraction fluency begins with simple pairing of pictures and numeral.

WCA Numeracy: fraction fluency game is ideal for ages 8 - 12/grades 3 and above. Game is used to build fluency with simple pairing of pictures and numeral.

  • Age group and grade: Ages 8 - 12 and grades 3rd+
  • Usage ideas: Build fluency in the use of fractions
  • Includes game board, instructions, 107 tiles
  • Players systematically build their skills, ultimately being able to combine three fractions using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division to produce a whole number
  • Building fraction fluency begins with simple pairing of pictures and numeral
  • Based on two simple rules, the games are ultra easy to play
  • Level playing field for novice and master
  • Players may choose from mental computation, calculators or paper and pencil to compute the best plays
  • Supports state and national mathematics standards
  • Provides a series of stimulating games for building computational fluency with fractions
  • Beginning with addition, operations are added to include subtraction, multiplication, division, squaring and square roots at the most advanced level
  • Dimensions: 16 1/2"(H) x 8"(W) x 1 1/4"(D)
  • Weight: 22 oz.
  • Arm your students to fight the fear of fractions war!
  • Its range makes this an indispensable ally wherever fractions come into play
  • Begins with simple pairing of pictures and numerals
  • Players systematically build their skills, ultimately being able to combine 3 fractions using addition, subtraction, multiplication and/or division to produce a whole number
  • In between is a progression of games like recognizing equivalent fractions, pairing 2 fractions whose sum is 1, combining a picture with 2 equivalent fractions, building triplets with sums of 1 or 2
  • A valuable learning resource suitable for play at school and home
  • For 1-4 players or groups
Specifications
School Grade Elementary
Education Subject Matter Math
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