Template:Infobox Game Fractics is an educational card game published by Rubiks. Players compete to make fractions out of flash cards. However, because of its open design, numerous games can actually be played with these cards.


Fractics was created when the creator of the Rubik's cube, Ernő Rubik, visited the The Winston Churchill School in Woking. A teacher there had developed the idea for a few months, but actual production was fuelled when the visit took place. After 2 years of development with Ernő, Fractics was released under the Rubik's brand in 2007.


The game was designed to allow repetitive practise of mathematical skills to provide an alternative to working from a textbook. The cards themselves can be used for a number of developmental activities aside from the game itself.