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Mr. Nussbaum: Fraction America

Explore the United States of America and practice reducing fractions to the lowest terms.
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Explore the United States of America and practice reducing fractions to the lowest terms. Students will be able to watch a video segment on how to play the game. Once the video is watched, click the button on the right to play. Students will identify the fractions of the different colors of the states. The best part is each game has different fractions of states to represent that color. Kids can play this game for hours, all while practicing where each state is located.

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