The Maximum Chocolate Party game requires students to divide and compare fractions in a practical and concrete context.

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Natalya Vinogradova, nvinogradova@plymouth.edu, and Larry Blaine, lblaine@plymouth.edu, are colleagues in the mathematics department of Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire. They enjoy learning and teaching mathematics and often collaborate to develop ideas for the professional development of teachers.

(Corresponding author is Vinogradova nvinogradova@plymouth.edu)(Corresponding author is Blaine lblaine@plymouth.edu)
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School

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