# Roll a Whole -Fraction Math Game

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It is time for another math game to help make math more fun! Â Today I will show you a fun fraction math game. This is a VERY easy math game to play when your kids are learning fractions.

## Roll a While: Fraction Math Game

Supplies needed:

I have a couple of fraction dice that I found at a school supply store.
I also have a set of plastic fraction tiles that are fun to pull out when learning about fractions.Â There are some fun magnetic strips online, too!
You could easily make this game for free by putting dot stickers over regular dice and writing fractions on them. I have a set of printable Fraction Strips in my shop.Â Â They have fractions through 1/16th. You can print them in color or black & white.

\$25.00

## How to Play The Roll a Whole: Fractions Math Game

To play the game, we just used our whole piece as the base and rolled the dice. We had to roll until we filled our piece exactly with the right about of fractions to make a whole.Â  The game goes quickly. You can print as many whole strips as you need to have multiple players.
Easy Peasy.
Find even more Fraction Learning ideas in my Fun Ways to Teach Fractions to KidsÂ post.

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1. Janine LaTulippe says:

Awesome fractions game! Can’t wait to try it with my daughter.

2. LOVE this idea …I think all my kids 4, 10, and 12 would play this! Now to get the supplies ðŸ™‚

3. Thanks, Karyn! I always love new math games. Pinning for when my kids are a bit older.

4. Mommy of Many Hats says:

Thanks so much for sharing! I pinned your post, so I’ll remember this as I teach my kiddos about fractions in the fall.

5. Love this fractions game! Printing to do this week with my kids ðŸ™‚ Thank you for linking up this week to our Hearts for Home Blog Hop!

6. Kelly says:

This looks like such a neat game. I love the visual it gives kids. Thanks for linking to the After School part.
Kelly at Little Wonders’ Days

7. Oh those fraction strips are cool… I’ve never seen them here but I think I could make some printable ones! Great post, thanks for the inspiration.

8. I love this game! You can also write fractions on small wooden cubes with permanent markers. great way for kids to see how fractions “make up” 1 whole.

9. Christa says:

This looks fun! How many dice do you roll? If I wanted to make my own dice what fractions would I put on them? Thanks so much!

1. We have a set of fraction dice with different fractions on them. We did it with both dice since they each had different fractions on them You could easily make it yourself with just one die. Then you can select the fractions you want to use. When we did it, I let the kids choose which die they wanted to roll depending on what they needed. ðŸ™‚