Have fun with this set of decimal, percentage and fraction games.
I Have…Who Has…game bundle includes 4 different coloured sets of cards to consolidate the conversion of fractions to decimals and percentages, decimals to percentages and equivalent fractions . A fun way to consolidate fractions, decimals and percentages!
I Have... Who Has…Game Bundle Includes:
Equivalent Fractions -18 cards
Converting Fractions to Decimals (up to hundredths place value) - 24 cards
Converting Fractions to Percentages - 24 cards
Converting Decimals (up to thousandths place value) to Percentages - 30 cards
Blank Cards for all sets should you wish to make the sets larger.
Instructions on how to make each set larger or smaller.
I Have…Who Has Game Instructions
These games can be played as a small group or as a class.
To play one of the games distribute the cards among the students involved.
The games are played in sequential order. The first card has ‘Begin’ written on it and the last card has ‘And I have the last card!’ written on it.
The student with the first card reads both the “I have…” and “Who has…?” parts out loud. Then, the next student that has the card that matches the "who has" description that was read aloud will read their "I have…" and “Who has…". The game is played until all cards have been read.
This set supports Year 5/6 (10 to 12 year olds) achievement descriptors outlined in the Australian Curriculum.
I Have Who Has Number Games Bundles are also available for Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3.
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