Monday, October 22, 2012

Math Game Monday ~ Fraction Fiesta!



Hey guys!

I'm back at school today so wish me luck on a good day back after Fall Break.  I'm hoping my students are ready to get back to work!

I've got 2 versions of the same game to share with you for this week's Math Game Monday.

It's called Fraction Fiesta and it's designed to be a board game.




Doesn't it look fun!  I had fun creating this one and I hope your students will have a great time practicing fractions while playing Fraction Fiesta.



Here are a few more images from the game...



As I mentioned, I created 2 versions of this game.  Both are Common Core Aligned.


The Grades 4 - 6 version does not include negative fractions.





The Grades 7 & 8 version does include negative fractions.



You can click on either image above to be directed to the appropriate page in my TPT Store.


I'm considering doing a combined version with all cards included for those of us who have a wide range of abilities in our classrooms, after-school programs, and tutoring programs.  The price would be lower than buying both games separately.  

I'm just wondering if there would be enough interest in a BIG, combo set for me to put it together???  Let me know if you think you would be interested in such a creature. ;-)


Now, you know how this works on Math Game Monday.  The first 3 people to leave a comment, with your e-mail and which set you would like, will get my new product in your inbox for FREE!!!


Enjoy :)





17 comments:

  1. This would be a great set for me! I'm just starting multiplying and dividing fractions!!! I love your stuff, by the way!!! People like you make the teaching profession so much easier!! Have a good week back!

    Cheers!

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    1. How sweet! Check your inbox in just a few!

      Good luck with the multiplying and dividing!!!

      Thanks so much for stopping by today. :)

      ~Michelle

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  2. Oh, if I'm one of the lucky people to get a set today, the 7-8 set would be fantastic!!! Thanks!!

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    1. Oops! Just realized I don't have your e-mail to send to.

      I'll check back again to see if you've left it.

      ~M

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  3. I love this Michelle. I'd love the 4-6 version if I win :)
    Elizabeth (funinroom4b@gmail.com)

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    1. You've got it coming your way, my sweet bloggy friend!

      Thanks for stopping by, Elizabeth. :)

      ~Michelle

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  4. This is fantastic and I can't wait to use it. I would like the 4-6 version, if I win, thanks!

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    1. I would be so happy to send this to you...but I need your e-mail.

      I"ll check back later to see if you left it below.

      ~Michelle

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  5. In case you want to give three of each, I would love the 7-8 version! I love your stuff and am super jealous that you got fall break! Have fun back at school!

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    1. Hi Erin! If you'll leave your e-mail below, I'll see what I can do. ;-)

      Thanks for stopping by!

      ~Michelle

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  6. I love it! Your graphics are super cute. I think you should make a game like this for the lower grades!

    Teacher Kirra:Maestra Kirra

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    1. Thank you! I can't claim the graphics, which are so cute, aren't they? They are from Print Candee.

      I'll try to add that to my growing to-do list...lol! It really would work well for so many different things!

      ~Michelle

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  7. This is great! I'd definitely be interested in a bundle pack.

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    1. Thanks, Lisa! I appreciate your input.

      I think I'm going to go ahead to do a big bundle pack. There's just such a range of abilities in our classrooms that I think it would be useful of lots of us.

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

      ~Michelle

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  8. Fantastic idea! I only see 2 email addresses here, so I'll leave mine just in case this makes me lucky #3!! (smnoble27@gmail.com) I like the version with negatives, and would definitely be interested in a reduced rate for purchasing more than one of the same version. ~Sarah

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  9. Fraction fiesta have been well explained here and will favorably proved to be much better for the students and there is lot needed to be made. famous book reviewers

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