Welcome to Day 7 of my 10,000 Subscriber Celebration! Today I’m giving away a super fun game from Educational Insights called Fraction Formula!

What is the Fraction Formula Game?

The game comes with 4 clear cylinders and 52 fraction tiles (3 halves, 4 thirds, 4 fourths, 5 fifths, 6 sixths, 8 eighths, 10 tenths, and 12 twelfths.) There are also 52 game cards and scoring cards.

The game is really easy to follow and quite fun! Each player gets one cylinder. You shuffle the fraction game cards and place them in a pile face down. The fraction tiles go in the center of the table as well. Each player gets a turn taking a card from the deck. They place the indicated tile into their cylinder. They have have the option to skip their turn if they wish. The first player to fill their cylinder to 1 whole wins.

What’s the Cost? \$24.99

What Did We Think?

Before playing the game, we used the cylinders as teaching tool to introduce the concept of a fraction. It was really easy to show that 6 pieces of 1/6 fraction tiles fill the cylinder. We were also able to show equivalencies by matching 1/2 tile to two 1/4 tiles and so on.

My kids are a little young to understand fractions, but using the tiles and cylinders was a great way to introduce them to the concept.

Want more info? Visit the Educational Insights links below, if you stop by let them know that Erica @ Confessions sent you over!

Win It: {THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!}

• To win a FREE Fraction Formula Game  simply leave a comment below letting me know you’d like to win!

@ericahomeschool is giving away a Fraction Formula Game! Enter thru 8/12/11: /?p=1327

Giveaway Information:

• The give away will be open until midnight EST Friday August 12, 2011. Winner will be announced by Sunday August 14, 2011.
• Make sure to leave a separate comment for each entry, winner will be chosen at random!
• Please leave a way for me to contact you in your entry otherwise another winner will be chosen.
• This giveaway is offered to US residents only!
• Disclosure: I was provided with free set of Circle C Books to review on my blog. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but were not influenced by the company or the free product provided.

1. This sounds like a lot of fun, a great way to teach fractions and make it hands-on!!! Would love to win it for my kiddos!

5. I would love to have this as a resource when teaching fractions. Nothing like seeing it and getting your hands on it, rather than reading it in a book or workbook!

Lauren
6. would love to win this for my third grader!

Colleen Sherlock
7. Games are fun learning.

Barb Sheffer`
8. I would love to win this game to help my kids have some fun with fractions!

Andrea
9. Would love to play this with my students!

Michele
10. I love the idea and would love doing with my kiddos.

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