Welcome to our Math Fraction Games page.

Here you will find a range of printable fraction games to help you
learn about fractions as numbers, fractions of amounts and fraction equivalences.

Looking for a fun way to learn about fractions?

Want to practise your fraction skills with a fun game?

Do you need some fun fraction resources to inspire your students?

Look no further! The games you need are below!

Here is our selection of printable fraction games to try.

We have split the games up into 4 different sections:

- Fractions of shapes;
- Fractions as numbers e.g. say a fraction between 1/2 and 1/4;
- Fractions of amounts, e.g. 1/3 of 21;
- Fraction equivalences, e.g. 1/4 = 0.25 = 25%.

By splitting the fraction games up into sections, you can focus on the skills that will really benefit your child!

There is obviously a little overlap in the games and some games would fall into several sections.

Looking at the fraction of a shape that has been shaded is a great way to start looking at and thinking about fractions.

In our Fraction Grabber game, we explore fractions of shapes and also fraction equivalence to a half in this easy-to-play game.

Grade: 3rd Grade and up

Number of players: 2-3.

Learning skills: fraction of shapes, equivalence to a half, thirds, quarters and sixths and eighths.

Number of players: 2-3.

Learning skills: fraction of shapes, equivalence to a half, thirds, quarters and sixths and eighths.

The games in this section are all about fractions as numbers, comparing and sorting them into order.

Grade: 4th Grade and up

Number of players: 2+.

Learning skills: comparing and ordering fractions, strategic thinking.

Number of players: 2+.

Learning skills: comparing and ordering fractions, strategic thinking.

The games in this section involve finding fractions of different amounts, e.g. find 1/4 of 20.

- Grade: 4th Grade and upwards
- Number of players: 2-3
- Learning: finding unit fractions of different amounts.

The games in this section are all about fraction - decimal - percentage equivalences.

- Grade: 5th Grade and upwards
- Number of players: 2-3
- Learning: converting fractions, decimals and percentages; equivalent fractions; comparing fractions

- Grade: 4th Grade and upwards
- Number of players: 2-3
- Learning: equivalent fractions

Salamander Fraction-Decimal Game

Grade: 5th Grade and upwards

Number of players: 2-4

Calculator needed.

Learning: converting a range of proper and improper fractions into decimals.

As well as printable fraction games, we can also recommend some fraction games online from several different websites.

Topmarks have a selection of Fraction and decimal games for your child to enjoy.

These games are particularly suitable for kids aged 7-11.

Using the link below will open the Topmarks website in a new window.

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