Multiplayer Fraction Game! Use two devices and play competitively or cooperatively with your classmates or parents.
4 Dice: Fraction Games hones the many concepts of fractions that include adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing through a series of game mode options. The game also enhances analytical thinking by providing the answer and requiring students to determine the appropriate equation.
- Multiplayer Math Game!
- High order thinking game to challenge students in a fun way
- A built-in whiteboard to give students a place to work through problems
4 Dice: Fraction Games is a math app for middle school and upper elementary students.
Common Core Mathematical Standard
4.NF Extend understanding of fractional equivalence and ordering.
5.NF Use equivalent fractions as a strategy to add and subtract fractions.
6 NF Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to divide fractions by fractions.
"This is a fantastic app for 4th grade students and up. It reviews the procedures for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions in the instructions and gives the users challenges. The best part is probably the ability for users to challenge their friends and connect using different devices close by!" -
Challenging App by M.L.I.S - Version 1.4 - Apr 14, 2013
Many classrooms don't have the resources for every student to have an iPad. Fortunately, there are ways to solve this problem and still get the most out of the 4 Dice game.
1. One Device with Multiple Players
This is usually a situation where there is one device, which is probably owned by the teacher. Write the problem out on the board. Have each student get out a piece of paper and a pencil or use the printable version of the game. Set a time limit - one minute is recommended - to have each student try to solve the problem on the board.
2. A Few Devices with Multiple Players
This is usually a situation where there are a few devices, but not enough for everyone to have their own. Let students work in small groups with one device. A blank piece of paper or the printable board can be used to record work. To do this:
Create a multiplayer username (ex. Group 1)
Use the numbers rolled on the device and solve the problem
Input the information from the answer into the device to check it
3. Multiple Devices with Multiple Players
If there are enough devices for everyone, there are four basic options: let students work individually, break students into small groups of two or three, split off into groups of two and compete as partners, or play as a classroom.
- Updated to run on current iOS
- Fixed Multiplayer Mode using Bluetooth