While browsing the local teacher store I came upon these little apple cutouts and thought, I can somehow use these at home. I ended up turning them into a fraction game. Bear puts the apples upside down, then flips over five apples. There are corresponding fraction cards and Bear puts the corresponding card with each color set. For example in the photo above, Bear would put the 3/5 card on the green apples (any of the green ones would do) because 3/5 of the apples are green, and a 1/5 card on each the red and yellow apple (I have more than one 1/5 and 2/5 card but didn’t photograph this). Of course, J-jo can play as well, but for his game, I use our Montessori number tiles (although foam numbers would work just as well).