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GUESS WHO Math Games for Place Value up to the Hundred Thousands

3rd - 5th
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1. These math games create high levels of student engagement and rigor! They help kids develop math vocabulary and a deeper understanding of concepts related to number sense, place value, addition, subtraction, money, telling time, geometry, fractions, and decimals. Using the classic GUESS WHO game boa
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These math games create high levels of student engagement and rigor, while helping kids develop math vocabulary and a deeper understanding of number sense and place value to the thousands, ten thousands, and hundred thousands place.

Using the classic GUESS WHO game boards, students ask yes or no questions to try and guess their opponent’s mystery number. It takes a lot of skill to not only formulate questions, but also eliminate numbers based on their opponent’s answers. The games are perfect for math centers or early finishers!

PLEASE NOTE: This resource includes templates for an original version of "Guess Who?" sold on Amazon, as well as this specific newer version of the board game: Guess Who on Amazon. Other versions may have different dimensions for the flaps, and therefore the cards will not fit.

This download includes 4 game versions that can be used for differentiation or to switch out as your students progress through the school year:

-Place Value to the Thousands

-Place Value to the Ten Thousands

-Place Value to the Hundred Thousands

-Mixed (a combination of numbers to the thousands, ten thousands, and hundred thousands)

Each of the 4 versions includes:

-Game Board Number Cards (to fit into the game board flaps)

-Mystery Number Cards (contains the number that opponents are trying to guess)

-A "Cheat Sheet" (a visual reference sheet for students to use if they get stuck thinking of questions to ask). The more they play, the less they will need the Cheat Sheet!

Example questions:

"Does your number have a 6 in the hundreds place?"

"Is your number an even number?"

"Is your number greater than 1,500?"

"Does your number come between 30,000 and 40,000?"

Please see preview for each of the game versions.

If you are needing games for place value in the ones, tens, and hundreds place, click here: Guess Who Mystery Number (Place Value)

Check out all available Guess Who game sets:

Editable Guess Who (Create Your Own Games!)

Guess Who Mystery Number (Place Value up to the Hundreds Place)

Guess Who Mystery Form (Standard Form, Expanded Form, & Word Form)

Guess Who Mystery Subtraction Facts (Subtraction to 20)

Guess Who Mystery Money (Counting Dollars and Coins)

Guess Who Mystery Clock (Telling Time)

Guess Who Mystery Shape (Geometry)

Guess Who Mystery Multiplication Fact (Multiplication)

Guess Who Mystery Division Fact (Division)

Guess Who Mystery Number (Place Value up to the Hundred Thousands Place)

Guess Who Mystery Decimal (Place Value Practice for Decimals)

Want FREE storage labels for all of your Guess Who Games? Find them here:

Guess Who Storage Labels

You may also like this engaging place value activity based on another classic game:

Jenga Math Game Cards for Place Value and Number Sense

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
Recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.