FractazmicTM is one of the fun educational card games of the makers of I See CardsTM. The aim of this game is to help your child/student to learn and practice fractions in a fun way at their individual level.
It is impossible to put an age limit on FUN, so these cards are for All Ages – although it is specifically aimed at 1st-8th grade students.
The FractazmicTM set of cards is made from sturdy material and is bright and colorful.
Fractazmic Decks Include:
- 60 Math Learning Cards
- Each card clearly numbered
- Each card clearly labeled with the fraction and reinforcing graphic.
The deck of cards are divided into three different sets. These sets are:
- The Twelfths suit – Blue
- The Tenths suit – Green
- The Sixteenths suit – Red
What makes Fractazmic Decks Special:
- Quickly learn to convert and add fractions.
- Reinforces relationship between fractions and measurements.
- Shows real world use of fractions.
The cards can be used in various ways to fit best with where your child / student is at from using the individual sets of cards to first familiarize the child with the different fractions to playing the different games. FractazmicTM can be played by 2-4 players, but also be used individually by the student.
The aim of the game is to combine the different cards in a suit to make 1(a hand). The player with the most ‘hands’ wins.
Your first stop might be this webpage HERE where you can actually play the speed game online as well as WIN A FREE SET OF CARDS if your time is the fastest.
Here are some links to video clips that explain how to play Fractazmic Rummy and Trap:
You can also download a booklet HERE explaining how to play the different games.
In this booklet you will also find games for the other card games from I See CardsTM.
Other games from I See CardsTM are:
PyramathTM (which the crew reviewed last year)
Fractazmic’s amazing creators can be contacted for support or advice through their contact page HERE.
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Thanks to Elizabeth from Expand for writing this article.