Fractions and decimals can be challenging concepts for kids to understand, but these fun math games make learning about them lots of fun. From matching decimals to fractions to rounding decimals to the nearest hundredth, these activities are sure to provide hours of educational entertainment.

## Here are ten math games that are perfect for helping kids learn fractions and decimals in a fun way.

**“Fraction War”:**

- Materials needed: Fraction cards (e.g., 1/2, 1/3, 3/4, 2/5)
- How to play: Shuffle the fraction cards and deal out an equal number to each player. Players take turns flipping over one card at a time and comparing the fractions. The player with the larger fraction takes both cards and adds them to their pile. The game continues until one player has all the cards.

**“Fraction Flashcards”:**

- Materials needed: Fraction flashcards
- How to play: Shuffle the fraction flashcards and have the child identify the fractions as they are turned over one at a time. Encourage them to compare the fractions and discuss any relationships they observe (e.g., which fractions are larger or smaller, which fractions are equivalent).

**“Fraction Fishing”:**

- Materials needed: Index cards with fractions written on them, paper clips, magnet
- How to play: Attach a paper clip to each index card with a fraction written on it. Place the index cards on a metal surface (e.g., a whiteboard or fridge). Have the child use the magnet to “catch” the index cards by attaching it to the paper clips. Encourage them to identify the fractions and compare them.

**“Fraction Scavenger Hunt”:**

- Materials needed: A list of fractions to find (e.g., 1/2, 1/3, 3/4, 2/5)
- How to play: Give the child a list of fractions to find in the real world. Encourage them to look for fractions in recipes, on measuring cups and spoons, etc.

**“Decimal Dominoes”:**

- Materials needed: Decimal dominoes
- How to play: Shuffle the decimal dominoes and deal out an equal number to each player. Players take turns placing a domino on the board, trying to match the decimals to the nearest hundredth. The player with the most dominoes at the end of the game wins.

**“Decimal Roulette”:**- Materials needed: Spinner with decimal values (e.g., 0.01, 0.02, 0.03, etc.), paper and pencil
- How to play: Have the child spin the spinner and round the resulting decimal value to the nearest hundredth. For example, if the spinner lands on 0.23, the child would round it to 0.20. Have the child record the rounded decimal on a piece of paper. Players can take turns spinning the spinner and rounding the decimals. The player with the most correct rounded decimals at the end of the game wins.

**“Decimal Match-Up”:**

- Materials needed: Decimal numbers, fractions
- How to play: Have the child match the decimal numbers to the corresponding fractions. Encourage them to discuss the relationship between the decimals and fractions.

**“Decimal Scavenger Hunt”:**

- Materials needed: A list of decimals to find (e.g., 0.25, 0.50, 0.75, 0.10)
- How to play: Give the child a list of decimals to find in the real world. Encourage them to look for decimals in prices, on a ruler, etc.

**“Fraction Four in a Row”:**

- Materials needed: Grid with fractional values, colored checkers
- How to play: Players take turns placing their colored checkers on the grid, trying to get four in a row (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally) by choosing the spaces with the largest fractions.

**“Fraction BINGO”:**

- Materials needed: Fraction BINGO cards, fraction cards
- How to play: Give each player a BINGO card with fractional values. Draw fraction cards one at a time and have the players mark the corresponding fractions on their BINGO cards. The first player to get five in a row (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally) wins.

These ten math games are a great way to help kids learn about fractions and decimals in a fun and interactive way. Whether they’re comparing fractions in a game of “Fraction War” or finding decimals in the real world during a “Decimal Scavenger Hunt,” these activities are sure to provide hours of educational entertainment. So why wait? Try these math games with your kids today and watch their understanding of fractions and decimals grow!

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