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"I have, Who has" is a game that reinforces math skills. The kids love this! When ever I pull it out the kids cheer! "I have Who has" is a "chain reaction" activity for the kids, this one focusing on place value. These cards are made up of a mixture of 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit numbers that a
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I Have Who Has Place Value Game (Tens and Ones) is a great whole class game to help students practice their knowledge of place value (tens and ones)! The game has 30 playing cards.
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A place value game to revise numbers up to 100. A whole class game which requires a student count/recognise the amount on their card by counting the number of tens and ones. It is a loop game, meaning one student will have the question and another student will have the card with the answer. All inst
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Review place value with a fun I Have... Who Has...? game. This version of the game allows students to count base-ten blocks to 1000 helping them practice more advanced place value skills. The game includes 36 game cards. If you have fewer than 36 students in your class, some students can hold multip
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Also included in: Spanish: Place Value Games Bundle

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Are your students having a hard time identifying ten more (+10) than a number? Build this critical piece of number sense using the fun, fast "I Have... Who Has...? game. It features numbers to 120. Students practice quickly adding 10 to the number listed on the card. Challenge them to complete the g
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Using the basic rules of "I Have, Who Has?", these 3 games incorporate skills of understanding place value from 0-999,999. It can be used as a whole group activity or modified to be used with a smaller group. Each game gets progressively more difficult, requiring students to listen for greater plac
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Are your students having a hard time identifying one more than a given number? Build this critical piece of number sense using this fun, fast "I Have... Who Has...?" game. It features numbers to 120. Students practice quickly adding 1 (+1) to the number listed on the card. Challenge them to complete
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Are your students having a hard time identifying one less (-1) than a number? Build this critical piece of number sense using the fun, fast "I Have... Who Has...? game. It features numbers to 120. Students practice quickly subtracting 1 from the number listed on the card. Challenge them to complete
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This game of I have/Who has? requires students to say numbers into the hundred millions, identify if they are even and odd, round from the nearest ten to the nearest ten thousand, and add and subtract multiples of 10. This file includes 30 sets of cards, each working with a different number. Each
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This is a fun game to play with your students to reinforce place value! Playing this whole group game gives your students fun extra practice with tens and ones! There are 28 cards in the game so there are enough for large classes, while small classes can double up on cards. This set has adorable ju
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This game reinforces important mathematics skills. It contains 60 cards displaying base ten blocks of 1-digit, 2-digit and 3-digit numbers up to 300. The kids love this game!!! The cards are distributed to students. A student is selected to read their card. E.g. I have 104. Who has 132? The student
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Students will enjoy learning, practicing, or reviewing place value with this engaging set of place value games. 2 sets are included: One for place value and one for reading numbers.
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Review place value with a fun I Have... Who Has...? game. This version of the game encourages students to trade or exchange base-ten blocks because some cards contain more than ten cubes. Making exchanges helps students understand the place value concept of regrouping. The game includes 36 game card
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I play this game all year with my students. We begin by standing up and passing out the cards. (If there are more cards than students, give more advanced students more than one card.) Begin with the student who "Has Zero" Each student reads their card until you make the circle back to zero. I spice
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This game is great for teaching and practicing place value. Students read a clue, the person with the right answers responds and then reads another clue for another classmate. Includes ones, tens and hundreds.Includes a game with ones and tens and another with ones, tens and hundreds.
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**Updated 2/3/14 This space themed set is a fun and easy way to learn place value in class. There are 32 cards to cut out and laminate. At the end of the pack I have included a space vocabulary sheet. I used it in my writing centers too. This pack was a big hit with my class! Have fun :)
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Do your students need extra practice reading and identifying the different forms of a number, and making connections between the different forms? This activity is a great (and fun!) way for students to make connections between standard form, expanded form, word form, and place value blocks. I love
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Are your students having a hard time identifying ten less than a number (-10)? Build this critical piece of number sense using the fun, fast "I Have... Who Has...? game. It features numbers to 120. Students practice quickly subtracting 10 from the number listed on the card. Challenge them to complet
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Also included in: 1 More/1Less/10 More/10 Less: I Have... Who Has...? BUNDLE

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This includes both the English and Spanish versions. This game of I have/Who has? requires students to say numbers into the hundred millions, identify if they are even and odd, round from the nearest ten to the nearest ten thousand, and add and subtract multiples of 10. This file includes 60 (30 E
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Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for place value tens and ones? Well look no further as Tens and Ones Place Value I Have Who Has Game, for CCSS 1.NBT.2, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 1st grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your unit
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"I Have, Who Has?" Place Value Game Cards These game cards are a great way to practice place value with the whole class. They can also be used in a math center (mix up the cards and have students put them back in the correct order). Included: * 31 Place Value Game Cards for tens and ones only * 3
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This I Have, Who Has? game includes 20 cards, each with a two-digit number between 10 and 99. On each card, the "I have" statement is listed in standard form. Each "Who has?" question is asked with the amount of tens and ones rather than the standard form to reinforce place value knowledge of tens a
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Hi TPT Friends, Activity Tins are quick interactive games that fit perfectly into an Altoids container for easy storage. Use them for brain breaks, centers, or morning meetings. This I Have, Who Has? - Place Value game comes with: * 40 playing cards * a card with directions * a card with an an
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I Have, Who Has? loop game for math class! Play this fun game to reinforce the different ways to represent 2-digit numbers (standard form, expanded form, tens and ones, and place value blocks). Please leave feedback! Thank you!
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