Comparing numbers with tens and ones/hundreds, tens and ones game

Comparing numbers with tens and ones/hundreds, tens and ones game
Comparing numbers with tens and ones/hundreds, tens and ones game
Comparing numbers with tens and ones/hundreds, tens and ones game
Comparing numbers with tens and ones/hundreds, tens and ones game
Grade Levels
Common Core Standards
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Product Description
This game is used to compare two or three digit numbers. Students work in pairs to compare numbers. Students make numbers in a variety of ways: using spinners, dice, number cards, number cubes, etc… The students record their number in the appropriate are of the recording sheet. The students compare their numbers and record the appropriate symbol in the middle column.

This game can be adapted to playing in a variety of ways:
Students can work to create the smallest number, or they can create the largest number. Students can make their numbers and compare and then spin a spinner to determine if smallest or largest number wins the round.
Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
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