If students still need to review reading and writing decimals in expanded form, then this 28 card matching game can be used as support. The game follows standard MCC5.NBT.3.
The second set is in color.
The game can be played in numerous ways. One way that I have used this game is during stations. I cut out the 28 cards so that students can mix them up face down. Then the small group of students flip over two cards until they find a match. It only counts if they can read the number correctly. If they do not find a match, then they flip the cards back over. I have also played the game where each student receives a card and has to find their pair. Students cannot talk during this activity, making it more challenging.