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Educational Insights Fraction Formula Game
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- It's a race to "1"! Students draw fraction cards and drop the matching cylinders into their tubes to get as close to "1" as possible, without going over.
- Includes 4 cylinders, 52 fraction cards, 52 fraction tiles, 20 scoring cards, and a multilingual teacher's guide.
- Fraction tiles double as a math manipulative.
- For 2–4 players.
- Appropriate for ages 8 and up.
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It’s a race to “1” with this 4-player fraction game. Draw a card and find the corresponding fizzy fraction tile. Drop the tile into your cylinder. “Hold” if you think you're as close to one as you'll get without going over or draw another card if you think you can get closer by adding another fraction tile. The player who gets closest to 1 wins the round. The included multilingual guide also includes instructions for using the game pieces as a fraction math manipulative.
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It really is neat to hear your kids begin to say, "Okay, I am only 1/8 from 1 - come on 1/8!" They will start to truly see the difference between 1/4 and 1/5. A really fun game my kids ask to play regularly.