# Free Pizza Fraction Printable Activities for Equivalent Fractions

Pizza Fractions= Lots of fun! These pizza fraction printable activities are no exception.

This is our seventh year using Math-U-See for our math curriculum. My oldest is covering decimals in Zeta and my 1st grader is exploring the world of addition and subtraction in Alpha. My fourth grader is having lots of fun learning about fractions in Epsilon. She likes things that make sense, so math is a subject that she really enjoys. I created a set of Pizza Fraction printable activities to help her enjoy her math time even more.

This set follows the same pattern of the 2D and 3d Shape sets and the Fall Leaves set that I shared recently. My kids had so much fun with the activities that I knew I had found a winning combination for them.

## Included in the Pizza Equivalent Fraction printable activity pack:

### Equivalent Fraction flip books (2 versions)

Rissa is just getting started on equivalent fractions since we started school so late this year. For this pack I included the most common fractions: fourths and thirds.

These activities are super simple to put together. From printing to ready to use in less than five minutes.

Spin & Cover

Print on card stock and/or laminate

You will also need one brad and a paper clip plus whatever you would like to use to cover up the pizzas as you play.

To play independently, simply cover the pizzas as the fraction or equivalent fraction is spun.

To play as a game, using two kinds of ‘chips’ to cover the pizzas, take turns spinning the spinner, and whoever covers the most pizzas wins.

You can also lengthen the game by playing it as a Bump! game. You can find the instructions for Bump! here.

Like I said, super easy, but still lots of fun.

Flip Books

Two easy to assemble flip books to work on identifying fractions. There is one book for fourths and one book for thirds.

For a challenge staple the pieces on in a random order. Then, as your student reads the book they will need to match the picture to the actual fraction.

Make yourself a pizza and have some fun learning about equivalent fractions today!

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