Laminate and cut out all 48 cards. Game should be played in groups of two or three and can be played in two different ways.
1) Spread out cards, face down, on the table. Taking turns, students pick two cards. If cards match (standard form and expanded form of a same number), student keeps cards and plays again. If cards don’t match, student turns them over and the next student plays. Student with the most cards at the end of the game wins.
2) Hand out 7 cards per player. The remainder of the cards are placed in a pack, in the centre of the table. Students discard any matches that they have in their hands. Taking turns, students ask each other if the other has a match for a card in his or her hands. If the student has it, he or she hands it to the other player. If not, then player picks a card from the pile. The first student to get rid of all his or her cards wins.
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