The player helps serve the kids their lunches. The player has one minute to serve as many kids as he or she can. When a kid arrives at the serving counter, they will ask for a certain amount of a certain food. Each kid holds a tray that has areas representing fractional amounts. The player clicks on the food that the kid wants, and then clicks on the area on the tray that has the same fraction that the kid asked for. The fractions on the trays can range from one fourth to one whole, and the trays can be shaped like either circles or rectangles. If the player doesn't act for a certain amount of time, Ms. Pickles will appear to suggest that they move more quickly.
List of Food
- String Beans
- Ice Cream
- French Fries
Difficulty Level Differences
- Level one: All trays have numbers on them to show what fraction each portion represents.
- Level two: Some trays have numbers, some do not.
- Level three: All trays do not have numbers.
Digital manual description
Click on the Cafeteria Lunch Line to play the Fraction Game.
JumpStart classmates will come to the food service area and ask for servings of food. To serve them, click on the type of food they want and then click on the part of the tray that represents the fraction of a serving requested.
To make this game harder or easier, click on the level gauge at the upper, left corner of the screen.
To see how close you are to earning another milk cap, click on the picture of the Milk Cap Mouse in the upper, left corner of the screen.
To return to the Lunch Room, click on the Red Arrow in the upper, left corner.