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List of math focused games that aren't awful. Many even have free printable boards.

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http://www.fractioncalc.com

For students out there, use our Fraction Calculator to solve fraction problems, including improper fractions, mixed numbers and whole numbers with step by step calculations.

For students out there, use our Fraction Calculator to solve fraction problems, including improper fractions, mixed numbers and whole numbers with step by step calculations.

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Useful links:

1)https://oeis.org/A000002

2)http://bit.ly/BellosBooks

3)http://www.alexbellos.com/

**Kolakoski sequence**(http://mathworld.wolfram.com/KolakoskiSequence.html), while I was looking for some activities for my students. This is an infinite self-describing sequence of symbols 1 and 2 consisting*of "blocks" of single and double 1s and 2s, where a "block" is a single digit or pair of digits that is different from the digit (or pair of digits) in the preceding block*. Patterns obtained by the Kolakoski sequence can be colored to produce fascinating abstract figures as shown by**Alex Bellos**. Fun maths!Useful links:

1)https://oeis.org/A000002

2)http://bit.ly/BellosBooks

3)http://www.alexbellos.com/

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