Kids are going to love practicing fractions with these fun, hands on pizza fraction games for Kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students. Simply print the pdf file with the Pizza Fraction Game Printable. This is such a fun way to learn about whole, half, quarter, and 3/4in math.
Pizza fraction games
Kids are going to love learning about fractions with these fun, free printable pizza fraction games. The pdf print includes two different games to practice fractions with kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 students. All the instructions you need to learn about half, quarter, three quarters, and whole are included in the free Pizza Fraction Game Printable.
Pizza Fraction Game Printable
pizza fraction activity printable
Depending on your children’s preferences, you can use either:
- both printable dice
- paper clip spinner
Pizza fraction games free
This activity uses less color ink and has practically no prep. To play this fraction pizza printable just print off a sheet for each person playing. (works great for groups, centers, or independent learning).
Students roll or spin to find out how much of which pizza they are making and will color the pizza accordingly.
Pizza fractions worksheet
At the end of both pizza fraction games there are optional printables for kids to graph the pizzas they’ve made:
- Coloring pizza fractions – students will graph whole pizzas
- Hands on pizza fractions – students will graph quarter inch slices of pizza
This pizza fractions game is great for hands on learners. Kids will use pizza cut outs (in packet) to build pizzas and graph their results.
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Fraction pizza game
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