teaching resource

# Build a Pizza! Unit Fraction Game

• Updated:  18 Mar 2024

Practice unit fraction with this fun ‘make a pizza’ game to be played in pairs or small groups.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  2 Pages

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teaching resource

# Build a Pizza! Unit Fraction Game

• Updated:  18 Mar 2024

Practice unit fraction with this fun ‘make a pizza’ game to be played in pairs or small groups.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  2 Pages

Practice unit fraction with this fun ‘make a pizza’ game to be played in pairs or small groups.

## Unit Fraction Fun Pizza Game

Engage your primary students in the exciting world of unit fractions with this printable resource – the Fraction Fun Pizza Game! This fun activity is designed to make learning about unit fractions enjoyable and memorable for young learners. Whether played in pairs or small groups, students will have a blast while reinforcing their understanding of fractions.

## How to Play

To begin the game, each player or group will need a printed copy of the Fraction Fun Pizza Game sheet. Then, follow these simple steps:

1. Create a Spinner: Using a pencil and a paperclip, construct a spinner by placing the paperclip in the center of the pizza spinner on the game sheet. Spin the paperclip to determine the denominator for the unit fraction.
2. Color in the Pizza: Once the spinner lands on a denominator, locate the pizza with the matching denominator on the game sheet. Then, color in one slice of the pizza to represent the unit fraction.
3. Winning the Game: The first person or group to color in a whole pizza wins the game! Celebrate your understanding of unit fractions and enjoy the tasty victory.

## Benefits of the Fraction Fun Pizza Game

• Hands-On Learning: This game provides a hands-on approach to learning fractions, allowing students to physically interact with the concept of unit fractions.
• Engaging and Interactive: By incorporating a game format, students are motivated and engaged, making learning fun and enjoyable.
• Collaborative Learning: Whether played in pairs or small groups, the Fraction Fun Pizza Game encourages collaboration and teamwork among students.
• Reinforcement of Skills: Through gameplay, students reinforce their understanding of unit fractions in a dynamic and memorable way.

This resource was created by Brittany Collins, a teacher in Indiana and a Teach Starter collaborator.

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