# Matching Game - Decimals - Multiplication 1

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Summerking
Kingsland-GA
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Students will enjoy multiplication of decimals with my matching card game.

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Make math fun with this matching card game. It can be used for reviewing or evaluating specific skills. It can also be used as an activating strategy or simply use it on a game day. The game takes approximately 20 minutes or less to play and is quick and easy to grade.

Print the worksheet. Card stock is recommended. Card stock will increase the durability of the cards and make them easier to use. Cut the cards apart and save each set of cards in an envelope. Students can work individually or in pairs to play the game. When the game is finished, the cards will form a 3 x 4 grid .

Each card contains problems and answers around the edge of the card. The students will match the problem on one card to the correct answer on another card. Students should orient the cards so that the card descriptions are on the bottom of the card. To check to see if the cards have been matched correctly, simply have the student record the letter in the center of the cards on my free Matching Game Recording sheet and check to see if the letters are in the correct order.

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M Reif  (TpT Seller)
HI,I am a bit confused about something. I see how the bottom of each square goes with the top of the one underneath it, but wheat about the sides? On this one, 78.4 to the left of the letter T is the answer to the problem to the left of the letter O. How are these going to go together? Also, is a word supposed to be spelled out when it all goes together? Am I missing something?
October 6, 2012

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