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# Fraction Bingo: What’s Eaten and What’s Left?

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Students need extensive experiences with concrete and pictorial models of fractions to develop a deep conceptual understanding. They also need to understand that either the shaded or unshaded region can be named by a fraction. In this popular whole-class game, students are asked to identify either the “eaten” or “left” part of each fraction.

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Students need extensive experiences with concrete and pictorial models of fractions to develop a deep conceptual understanding. They also need to understand that either the shaded or unshaded region can be named by a fraction.

In this popular whole-class game, students are asked to identify either the “eaten” or “left” part of each fraction. This activity can also be used in a math workstation or for small group instruction.

Includes 30 different full-color bingo boards and calling cards

Common Core Alignment
3.NF.1–Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into b equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by a part of size 1/b.

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