Second and third grade students practice their understanding of place value with this engaging and printer-friendly "I have, Who has?" game. This is a great activity to help students solidify and master the concept of place value-that each digit in a multi-digit number represents a specific value (hundreds, tens, and ones).
This game includes 30 "I have..., Who has..?" cards.
Students will ask "Who has...?" and read the place value representation on their card. The student with the corresponding number will call out "I have..." and then they will ask "Who has...?"
Student 1: "Who has 4 tens and 2 ones?"
Student 2: "I have 42. Who has 3 hundreds, 9 tens, and 1 one?"
Student 3: "I have 391. Who has..."
This is a fun whole group activity that helps students solidify their understanding of each digit's place value in multi-digit numbers. It's also a great activity to use with substitutes since it doesn't require much prepping once the cards are printed and laminated! Just pop them in your sub tub or substitute files with a note on how to play and you're all set.
I've made this file printer-friendly (if you'd prefer it in color, please message me through the Question and Answer section of my store)- for a brightly colored, ink-friendly game, just print the cards on bright card stock or paper. :)