My 2nd grader is obsessed with fractions. Totally. She actually asked me to print her some fraction activities for a real Christmas present. Obsessed. She is also obsessed with chocolate. *wink*Today, she got to combine her faves for some fun math! This free printable chocolate fractions pack is full of activities that will get any kid excited about fractions. They might not ask for school work for Christmas, but you never know…

– Life Over C's This free printable chocolate fractions pack is such a fun way to learn about fractions with your kids! Math is a blast when there is chocolate involved!

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Materials Needed for the Chocolate Fractions Activity:

  • Chocolate Chips
  • Laminating Supplies
  • Paper Clips
  • Stapler
  • Paper Brass Fasteners
  • Decorative Scrapbook Papers
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Included in the Chocolate Fractions pack:

Spin & Cover (2 versions)

– Life Over C's This free printable chocolate fractions pack is such a fun way to learn about fractions with your kids! Math is a blast when there is chocolate involved!

Print on card stock and/or laminate

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

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

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

– Life Over C's This free printable chocolate fractions pack is such a fun way to learn about fractions with your kids! Math is a blast when there is chocolate involved!

You can also lengthen the game by playing it as a Bump! game.

Super easy, but still lots of fun.

Fraction flip books (2 versions)

– Life Over C's This free printable chocolate fractions pack is such a fun way to learn about fractions with your kids! Math is a blast when there is chocolate involved!

Two easy to assemble flip books to work on identifying fractions. Similar skill levels, but different fractions.

– Life Over C's This free printable chocolate fractions pack is such a fun way to learn about fractions with your kids! Math is a blast when there is chocolate involved!

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.

Memory Game

– Life Over C's This free printable chocolate fractions pack is such a fun way to learn about fractions with your kids! Math is a blast when there is chocolate involved!

To prep: Print the chocolate fractions matching game on the white side of the scrapbook paper (or on card stock), laminate and cut apart the cards.

To play: In case you haven’t played Memory before, you turn over two cards at the same time. If they match, you get to keep them and turn over another set of fractions to try again.

If they don’t match you turn them back over and it becomes the next person’s turn. Play continues until the cards have all been matched.

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Kim Staten Owner and Curriculum Designer
Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion. 

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  1. There are worse things to be obsessed with I suppose! I’m with her on the chocolate, but not so much the fractions. Thankfully my son hasn’t developed my loathing of them, he quite likes working with them as well.