Engage 4th grade students with this fun, interactive expanded form game. In this teacher vs student powerpoint game, students practice writing nubmers in expanded form. Number range from 1,000 to 9,000,000 (millions place). This makes a great review for the beginning of the school year.There are 25 questions in all and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. There are 2 scoreboards: a touch scoreboard and type in scoreboard. The type-in scoreboard allows you to type in scores during Slideshow Mode. .
Great for a math review or center activity. Great for individual practice on the iPad or tablet! Extra licenses are $1.
✔ 2 PPT Game (1 PC and 1 Mac)
✔ 26 Questions including a tie breaker
✔ 2 score board types (PC:Type in; Mac:Touch)
✔ Works great on Smartboard, Activboard, Whiteboard, and Promethean Boards
✔ Works on tablets and iPads
✔ Answer Range up to 9,999,999
✔ Common Core aligned - 4.NBT.2
✔ 33 Slides per game
✔ Mac-iPad Version included!
✔ Google Slides upon request!
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*****IN ORDER FOR THE BUTTONS AND IMAGES TO SHOW UP, THE GAME MUST BE PLAYED IN SLIDESHOW MODE IN MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
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