## Welcome to the Fractions Page

Here Teachers,Parents and Students can find a collection of games and activities in order to help student to improve understanding in math skills such as the following:

• Identify the fraction
• Compare fractions
• Understand fractions: Area models
• Equivalent fractions
• Order fractions
• Match fractions to models

#### Fractions - Least Common Multiple - Ordering

Click on a question mark box and write the Answer. If your Answers are correct you will win.

#### Fractions - Decimals - Addition

Click on a question mark box and write the Answer. If your Answers are correct you will win.

#### Submarine Game-Equivalent Fraction

Find the right Equivalent Fractions according to the instructions and touch them with your submarine. If you touch wrong Fractions or seabed you lose a life

#### Visualize a Fraction-Equivalent Fraction

You visualize a Fraction or an equivalent Fraction of a given fraction

#### Car racing game-Fractions

You are the blue car. You move on the central line only from smaller fraction to bigger fraction you can clik on two fractions and the fractions swap places. Press to move. If you the first you win

#### Equivalent Fractions Game

Swap the tiles in order to arrange all equivalent fractions above simplified fraction.

#### Equivalent Fractions

Put the right Fractions in the right places. Use the paddle to catch and transfer the ball and in the end turn the paddle right or left to roll the ball towards to the pot

#### Sailing Simulation-Fractions and basic math operations (Addition,Multiplication)

You drive a sailing boat. You nust touch with the boat the right numbers (min or max). Sailing against the wind in rauchly realistic conditions

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#### A fraction is part of a whole. It's less than 1 whole thing, but more than 0.

In this game we will create our fractions with use of green and red apples

#### Fractions

A fraction is a part of a whole

We call the top number the Numerator, it is the number of parts we have. We call the bottom number the Denominator, it is the number of parts the whole is divided into. Numerator/Denominator