## Crocodile Board Game On How To Compare Fractions Comparison Of Fractions Crocodile Board Game - eLearning Game for grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, grade 6 and grade 7.

This page features the crocodile board game. It is (like most board games), a board display with several spaces and obstacles. Each space contains a number. When you roll the dice, your chip moves a number of spaces according to the number that shows up on the dice. The outcome of rolling the dice is random, same as the outcome of the number of spaces you move. This is so because each space has its own instructions which could either be to move forward two spaces, to stay on the space or to be sent back to start. The worst case scenario is being sent back to start when you are getting close to the end of the game. This is because that space has a crocodile which could eat you if you land in its open mouth.
The movement from starting point to finish point is punctuated by math problems to solve and questions to answer. The questions are mcq’s on comparison of two fraction values using greater than, equal to or less than to differentiate. Learning how to compare fractions prepares students for later, especially in the domain of simplifying or reducing fractions to the lowest terms. Have fun with this eLearning game.

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