Get in Line
Place value game
Students have their stack of cards. They draw a predetermined number of cards depending on the place values you are working on. They then place their digits in order to create the greatest/ least number possible. Each player then compares their number to the other group members to see who wins the round.
This game can…
be played individually, in pairs or in small groups
be played to practice place value from 2 digit to 4 digit numbers.
Can be played to make the greatest or least value number
Can be used with recording sheet for assessment
4 sets of digit cards in different colors
recording sheets for 2, 3, and 4 digit numbers
Place value charts for 2, 3, 4 digit numbers
Just print a copy of cards for each player, and let the fun begin!
This game can easily be used for differentiation. Struggling students can work with 2 digit numbers, where as the more advanced students can move on to larger numbers.
Worksheets are provided for students to record their responses that offer an opportunity for assessment.
Great for cooperative learning, math centers, remediation, extension, and assessment.
Table of Contents:
pg. 2- easy to follow rules for play
pg. 3-6 student digit cards in different colors
pg. 7 recording sheet for 2 digit game play/ assessment
pg. 8 recording sheet for 3 digit game play/ assessment
pg. 9 recording sheet for 4 digit game play/ assessment
pg. 10 ones and tens place value chart
pg. 11 ones, tens, and hundreds place value chart
pg. 12 ones, tens, hundreds, thousands place value chart