Three sets of game cards to help students gain an understanding of the different forms of representing a number (base ten form, pictures, standard form and expanded notation)
Memory and war cards (with and without math terminology heading)
Scoot (a game to get students up and moving while recording numbers in different place value forms)
I Have, Who Has.... (with a built in lettering system if loop stops)
These are the games I created for my students with multiply ways to use the cards. Teachers can use cards to create groups for other small group activities. Use I have, who has while getting students to line up for music or gym. Use cards to compare numbers and sequence on a number line or compare numbers, least to greatest or greatest to least.