Important shipping information needed. Please update your shipping preferences.
Due to COVID-19 shipping industry restrictions, orders may be temporarily delayed. We are exploring every alternative to expedite your order.
Our COVID-19 Safety Protocol Pledge to you.
Other Views

Educational Insights Fraction Formula Game

Item #: 1400452

Parents can help keep young minds sharp by deploying fun and educational at-home learning games.

$42.89 $32.17

Free Shipping Eligible: Details

School Specialty Shipping Policy

Items Shipped Within the Contiguous 48 United States

Free Shipping Eligible Items

  • Free shipping and handling on eligible supply orders of $49 or more. Free shipping calculation is based on the subtotals of eligible items, after any additional discounts are applied.
  • For subtotals less than $49, the shipping and handling charge is $9.95.

Free Shipping Ineligible Items

  • Shipping and handling charges are 12% of the subtotal of the items, after any discounts are applied, with a $5 minimum charge.

Free Shipping Ineligible Items

  • Shipping and handling charges are 15% of the subtotal of the items, after any discounts are applied, with a $99 minimum charge. If the subtotal is greater than $1,000, please call 1-877-350-0645 or E-mail freight_quote@schoolspecialty.com for a freight quote.

*Note: Individually negotiated shipping policies will override the standard shipping policy. See Full Details

In Stock - Typically Ships Within 2-3 Days
Add to Cart
Educational Insights makes it a race to win with this 4-player fraction game! Students draw fraction cards and drop the matching cylinders into their tubes in a race to get as close to 1 as they can without going over. Includes 4 cylinders (2 x 8-1/2 inches), 52 fraction cards, 52 fraction tiles, 20 scoring cards, and multilingual (English, French, Spanish, and German) teacher's guide. Guide also includes instructions for using game pieces as a fraction math manipulative.
  • A fast paced game that kids Wii love
  • It's a great way to teach students about fractions
  • The player who gets closest to 1 wins the round
  • Guide also includes instructions for using game pieces as a fraction math manipulative