Otherwise known as “I Have...Who Has?”
This set focuses on dividing decimal numbers. These 36 cards use number sentences with the same digits but moving decimals in order to shorten the amount of calculation required of students but also allowing students to focus more on the decimal placement. Cards use both the division sign and the division box.
Print out all card pages on cardstock.
Cut out cards being careful not to accidentally halve the cards. (Hint: There are six cards on each page and each card is made up of two colors).
Put in a zipper bag.
Collect a small group of students. 2-5 players.
Have the students play rock, paper, scissors to decide who will be in charge of the game.
The “boss” of the game deals out the cards to all players, going in a circle, one card at a time until the cards run out.
The student with the “start” card places it in the middle and reads it aloud.
The student with the matching answer card places their card next to the start card and reads their card aloud.
Play continues like this, slowly creating a spiral of cards. Make sure students are starting in the middle and spiraling out.
The game is over when the “stop” card is played and no more cards are left. If there are cards left over, then there is a mismatch and students need to reshuffle and try again unless they can find their mistake.