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Use gears to help explore fractions.

Students can practice visualizing fractions using fraction circles.

Use fraction estimation to try to find where Grampy is hiding on the number line.

Compare and order fractions.

This activity uses various number lines to help students visualize equivalent fractions.

Match the equivalent fractions.

Remember playing memory in kindergarten? Now try it with fractions.

Use fraction circles to reduce fractions to lowest terms.

Use fraction rings to add fractions with unlike denominators.

This is a simple practice game of adding and subtracting fractions with mixed numbers.

Use fraction squares to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.

This is a simple game for adding and subtracting fractions with common denominators.

This game can practice adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing/reducing fractions.

This game isnâ€™t much for graphics, but it has some good practice problems for dividing fractions.

A simple matching game that reveals a mystery picture.

This number line tool is helpful for ordering decimals and exploring place value.

Help Builder Ted climb his ladder by placing the decimals in the proper order.

Combine decimals to help repair a railroad.

Practice all your skills with Decimal Jeopardy.

There are not many games to help with dividing decimals, but this site offers a bunch of practice problems.

This is a fun game to practice using decimals while shopping.