The students will complete a place value game while in math centers. They will need a pencil, paper clip, and corresponding reproducible place value sheet. The object of the game is to capture aliens using what you know about place value. Each alien is worth either one, tens, hundreds, thousandths, ten thousandths, or hundred thousandths. When you spin your spinner, you land on a number. To capture the alien, you have to put the number in the right place value location. This game is played three times, and the winner wins by having the largest number at the end of the game. The kids really enjoy it, and it helps them to further understand place value location in large numbers.