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A simple and fun game to help kids understand place value and comparing numbers! Easily differentiate throughout your class by chosing from 10 differentiated game boards. All you need is dice and this makes for a fantastic and engaging activity during your math workshop. Students will learn place va
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This is a fun game for students that are working on comparing numbers to the thousands place. Students roll a dice to determine to place values and then compare the numbers with each other. Very quick and easy and my kiddos love to play this!
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Students roll a die or dice, draw the number of dots that matches the die/dice, and circle the box that has more/greater.
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Help students master comparing numbers in a fun way! Students will roll dice, record their numbers on their place value charts, and compare each of the numbers created using the correct symbols and phrase. Laminate charts or put them in a sleeve protector to reuse in centers. You can modify the assi
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In this partner game, students roll dice to build a three digit number. Then they compare. Also involves tallying practice. Great for centers! Addresses CCSS 4.NBT.2
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Students use number cubes to help them form two digit numbers and then compare the numbers based off of the number of tens and ones. This can be printed double-sided and placed in a sheet protector to use during math centers.
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Students take turns rolling a die (9-sided works best) to fill in each box with a digit to create a number. First player rolls 4 times to create a number on side of the comparison circle. Then, second player rolls to create a number for the other side. Both students have to compare the numbers to se
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Use these dice games as a fun way to practice comparing basic numbers. Students will roll the dice and then answer the place value question next to that number. If you use these as a center, you may want to copy the answers onto the back of the dice games. Then they would be self-checking. Pr
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Here are 2 fun dice games for your students to play and practice comparing numbers.The first game is for comparing numbers and the second game is for comparing sets.
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Use this math center to have your students compare numbers using dice. They will practice place value and making the largest and smallest numbers possible based on the six dice they roll. I recommend getting small plastic clear tupperware and putting six dice in it. Then have the students roll the
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Students practice how to compare numbers using greater than, less than, and equal to symbols by rolling rice and comparing their results.
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***upload the sample preview of this product to see the layout, the thumbnails have the recording page misaligned***This dice game is played with 2 players. Students are given 4 dice to roll, once the roll the dice they will take those digits and make it into the largest digit they can using the 4 n
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Students roll the die, add the number they rolled to 10 to make a teen number. Then they compare the teen numbers! Fun game!
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Included are four dice games/activities for use with two ten-sided dice in which students work with two digit numbers. These activities are all in ENGLISH AND SPANISH. Activity 1: Two Digit Numbers/Numeros de dos digitos An activity for writing two digit numbers in standard, word, and expanded form
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Your class will have so much fun working in pairs to play this game! :) Included is an editable MICROSOFT WORD document, so it can be used for ANY GRADE! All you'll need is dice and this teacher made editable worksheet! Let the fun begin! The game is played as follows when working with 6-digit
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French Comparative with Adjectives Dice Games - Jeux de Dés 12 fun and easy to play, no prep dice games to practice forming comparative sentences with descriptive adjectives. Two versions of each game are provided, one with helpful clues for beginners and another without clues to use when your stud
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Also included in: French Grammar Dice Games Bundle - Jeux de Dés

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Students will compete against each other to create the largest decimal number. They will roll the dice and strategically create the largest number possible based on the roll of the die.
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A familiar classic game geared for fun while learning how to compare numbers. Students will roll dice to compare numbers and record findings on the practice sheet using <,>, = symbols. Many variations to this game.... finding the greatest number or the least. Using 1- 4 dice depending on the
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Shake and compare is a game that uses dice in order to create fractions. This game can be used in many ways in order to compare fractions as well as list them from least to greatest. This can also be used in order to change fractions from improper fractions to mixed numbers! Included here is an ind
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This worksheet allows students to compare numbers, write numbers, and practice 1-1 correspondence. The students will roll the dice twice for each turn, they will write the two corresponding numbers, then color in the box which has more. This is a great practice or review activity that allows the stu
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You can edit this to include more specific instructions, or you can leave it vague. The way it is, students can compare numbers up to thousands. You will need up to eight dice per player. For presentation and durability purposes, I would laminate and print on colored cardstock.
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Students will need 6 die per partner group. Take turns rolling the die & record numbers in the chart. Round to the assigned place value (ones, tenths, hundredths, thousandths...). Write the rounded number in the answer column. Students can make this a competition by keeping track of who has the
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Students will work in pairs of two and roll die to create numbers!The students will then place the number in a place value chart and compare the numbers.The students will then decide if number 1 was greater than or less than number 2!
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This game can be played in class with groups of 2-5 students. It would work great as a center, whole group lesson, or small group lesson. It includes student-friendly directions, game sheet, and student recording sheet! You will need spinners (or dice) and decks of digit cards (0-9).
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