Fractazmic is a fraction-based card game that we were able to review. There are three different “suits” of cards … sixteenths (red), tenths (green), and twelfths (blue). The main purpose of the game is to make a “hand” which is when your cards add up to one. (For example 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/16 + 1/16=1). The person with the most completed hands, wins. This deck of cards comes with 60 cards and each card is clearly labeled with the fractional amount and a pictural clue. (Such as 6 eggs in a dozen for 1/2 in the twelfth suit.)
Fractazmic is available for a reasonable $6.95. The game is for 2-4 players, although for extra practice, one child could play solitaire like, making as many hands as possible, or in a timed fashion. The game is for 1st through eighth graders.
For Tyler, he hasn’t actually been introduced to fractions yet, but with the picture clues, he was able to figure out some hands. It is great Fraction practice.
We received this game for free to provide an honest review of this product which I feel we have provided by this blog. Other people reviewed this product as well, and their review as well as mine can be found by clicking here.
We are very blessed.