Struggles with non-unit fractions can be easily overcome if students practice the concept in a fun and engaging way! The game has a set of problems logically crafted for your child so that they identify non-unit fractions represented by models. What better way is there for your third grader to learn...

The game encourages students to develop a solid understanding of non-unit fractions. The student will identify non-unit fractions using real-world models in this game. Students will need to analyze and select the correct answer from a set of given options.

Your child will practice non-unit fractions with this colorful game. There are misconceptions that are often associated with concepts like non-unit fractions, but those can easily be put on the back burner with regular and targeted practice. The game aims to build proficiency in non-unit fractions, ...

Building a strong foundation in non-unit fractions is an important step in helping your child become proficient and confident. The game strengthens students' problem-solving ability, where students are required to identify the correct shape that represents the given non-unit fraction. This game will...

In this game, students will identify the real-world shapes that represent the given fraction. Students word with terms like "one-third," "two-fourths," etc. and identify these fractions in real-world objects. Students will choose the correct answer from the given options to solve the problems.

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