There are 10 different improper fractions in each set. These are represented in three different ways: as a picture, as a mixed number and as an improper fraction. The aim of the game is to match up all three representations of each one.
Set 1 is halves, thirds and quarters
Set 2 is fifths and tenths
Set 3 is sixths, sevenths, eighths, ninths, twelfths and fifteenths
The 30 cards in each set can be used in different way.
1) Simply match up the three representations of each fraction
2) A rummy type game in which 2 or 3 players ask for the fractions needed to complete their triplets. The winner is the player with the most triplets at the end.
3) A pelmanism type game in which the improper fraction and the mixed number are placed face down. Players take it in turns turning over two cards and keep the ones that match.