**SeeSaw(TM), Google Slides (TM), and PowerPoint versions now included**
These 20 interactive place-value games are ideal for distance learning, math centers, a technology center, or reviewing content with your students. These games do not provide any direct instruction and are intended for supplemental practice. They can be used at home, during math centers, as part of a technology rotation, or for whole-group practice.
In this resource, you will find
- Teacher Directions
- Visual Directions for Students
- 5 Place-Value digital math games, each with 4 levels increasing in difficulty (20 total learning activities)
Game 1: Where Do We Belong?
- I can order numbers (0-120) based on my understanding of place value.
Game 2: Score the Goal Maze
- I can represent groups of tens with numerals and base ten pieces.
- I can count by tens with numbers between 10-120.
Game 3: Match to Make Lemonade
- I can represent numbers in different ways.
- I can subtract groups of ten from numbers between 10-90.
Game 4: What Doesn’t Belong?
- I can represent numbers in different ways (numerals, expanded form, place value pieces, tens and ones, number words).
Game 5: Sort the Treasure
- I can compare two 2-digit numbers based on place value. (<, >, =)
Yes! On a protected site or platform, you are welcome to share this digital file with students and families. That might look like a Google Classroom, a password-protected website, a password-protected Flip Grid, etc. Due to copyright, . Have questions? Ask a Q&A on Teachers Pay Teachers, and I’m happy to answer!
This digital file is able to work with Power Point, GoogleTM Slides, Google DriveTM or Microsoft OneDriveTM. Then students may submit their thinking digitally. For instructions on how to use this resource with Microsoft OneDriveTM visit bit.ly/digitalinstructions
After you make a copy of this digital file and add it to your Google Drive, you are free to manipulate the slides. You can add/delete/or move around the games to meet the needs of your students. Only want to share one set of games? Perfect. Delete the other slides and share the file via Google Classroom for your students. (Or select the slide you want to Assign à File à Make a Copy àSelected Slides. You’ll be asked to rename the file and you can share it with students. Then, when you want the rest of the games, you can come back to this link and reopen the original file.
For students to play the games, the Google Slide must not be in presentation mode.
•: Download the Talk + Comment extension from the Google Chrome Store and you can easily leave quick audio comments on different slides explaining the tasks or giving feedback.
•: Want students to watch a quick video or mini-lesson before they begin? Add a new slide to the beginning of the document and link the video or task you want students to complete before beginning.
Catherine, The Brown Bag Teacher