- For ages 6 and up
- Develops concepts of fractions and equivalents
- Directions included (including translations)
- Winner of the Oppenheim Gold Award
This simple game of fractions takes the confusion out of fractions, because each pie piece adds to the whole pie. Handling the fractions and seeing how they are portions of the total makes the concept more understandable. Pies of different flavors are divided into halves, thirds, fourths, eighths, and sixteenths.
And gather slices on your tin.
Slices of a certain size
Will help you to complete your pies.
Spin well and take a piece of pie
From your opponent's own supply!
Finish with most pies complete?
You win! Ah, victory can be sweet!
This was a bit more challenging for my six and eight year old. They enjoyed playing, but it was a bit slower as this was actually more of a visual introduction to fractions. They do have a cheat sheet providing different ways the fractions can go together to make a pie. It plays at a nice speed, but will definitely be a tad slower while kids are still learning.