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Pizza and Fractions? You Bet!

9 September 4:00 am
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Pizza and Fractions?  You Bet!

Want a fun way to teach fractions?  Learning Resources has many options for pizza fractions. And some are absolutely darling!

Smart Snacks® Piece-A-Pizza Fractions™

Ages 2-5

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Mmmm, pizza! Introduce kids to part-to-whole relationships with a favorite food, making play out of a sometimes-difficult concept. The 3 pizzas are sliced into halves, fourths and eighths. A choice of pepperoni olives or green pepper provides additional sorting and imaginative play activities. Includes durable plastic pizzas, spatula, pans, cutter and storage box. This arrived at our office—and it is one of the cutest products EVER!

Pizza Fraction Fun™ Jr.

Ages 6-9

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A creative way to “deliver” an understanding of fractions! Seven games offer different levels for learning the values of: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10 and 1/12. Children practice identifying fractions, matching fraction equivalents and adding and subtracting fractions. Game includes 11 double-sided pizzas (one side is labeled with the fraction) with 59 individual slices, three double-sided spinners and game guide. For 2-6 players.

Magnetic Pizza Fraction Demonstration Set

Ages 6-9

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Serve up fractions in the most common context. Represents 1 whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6 and 1/8 values in 6 pizzas (24 pieces total) that stick to any magnetic surface for demonstration or student activities. Introduces fraction values in numerical form, comparisons, equivalencies, and addition and subtraction of fractions. Pizzas measure 8″ in diameter each and include an Activity Guide.

Pizza Fraction Fun™ Game

Ages 6-12

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Time to make a pizza! This clever game teaches fraction concepts and skills using slices of pizza to identify fraction denominations. Children play seven different games to practice identifying fractions, matching fraction equivalents and performing fraction addition and subtraction by building pizzas. Game includes 13 double-sided pizzas (one side shows fractions) and three double-sided spinners providing different levels of learning. For 2-6 players.

What a yummy way to learn about fractions!

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