Let your students have fun with this Knock on the Door Place Value Board Game.
The objective of the game is to be the first player to reach 100 by moving across the board from one square to another by rolling a die. Along the way, players may knock on the doors to pass through a shortcut and move ahead further... or in some cases, experience misfortunes and move a few steps back. They do this by answering a question behind the doors (cards).
*** If you need both 2-digit and 3-digit cards, view the PLACE VALUE - KNOCK ON THE DOOR GAMES
1. Game Board
The game board comes in two variations -- one, as a letter-sized board, and two, a large board composed of 2 letter-sized sheets. Players start at the bottom of the board and make their way up to the top and reach 100.
2. Tens and Ones Playing Cards
The Tens Game include 56 cards. The questions on the card vary, and it allows students to a) count hundreds, tens or ones, b) rewrite numbers to standard, word, and expanded forms, and c) count blocks.
3. Die and Game Piece Patterns
You can use a typical die to play this game, but I included patterns for the 6-sided and 12-sided die that you can opt to use. Patterns for game pieces are also included for you to print and cut out.
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