This is a great resource to enhance place value, ordering decimals and using inequality symbols.. This game includes three sets of cards for low, middle and top ability students and a full colour game board.
Example easy question : True or False 2.51 > 2.051
Example middle question: Which numbers are < 2.51?
0.0215, 0.215, 21.5, 210.5, 2.15, 2.015
Example hard question: Which numbers fall within the range 5.4 < x ≤ 540?
0.5417, 5.147, 51.47, 5147, 514.7, 0.05417
This board game is amazing for mixed ability classes and competitive students who want to challenge their algebra skills. The game board is best printed in A3 and the cards A4 back to back.
This game can be played with up to four people of any ability. It is aimed for students in key stage 3 but is great fun for all students between 11 - 16.
Students can choose from three types of questions: Easy, Middle and Hard. Answering an easy question means you can move forward 1 place, middle moves you forward 2 places and a hard moves you forward 3 places. All the instructions are included on the board. Students love to challenge each other and get rewarded for their bravery!
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