This game can be played as a SCOOT game, a matching game, or it can be used as a partner matching strategy. After being played as a whole group, it could be used in a math center.
To play as SCOOT, students should sit at a seat with a numbered card in front of them. They should write their answer on a piece of paper numbered 1-24. After spending about 30 seconds with the card, the teacher says, "Scoot!" and the students stand up and move to the next card.
The cards have a number in unit form, which needs to be changed to standard form.
Please Note: It is advanced because students need to have a good knowledge of the place value chart in order to figure out the standard form of the number. This game includes both whole numbers up to the millions and decimals to the thousandths.
It is great practice for your students who need to increase math fluency. In Module 2 of Engage NY, students are required to put these numbers in standard form as part of another process. This is a quick way to reinforce the concept! I sent a copy of the game home with struggling students, and they were excited to have the chance to play with their family at home.