2.NBT.3 Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.
Notes: Printer friendly. Included are numbers one through two hundred. A variety of numbers two hundred one through one thousand are included. I print the cards on various colors of cardstock. This makes it easy to sort the cards for increased level of difficulty. I also like to sew a cloth bag for the game container. The cloth bag is a quiet container.
~Print and laminate cards. The cards are organized for ease of levels of play based on the number words chosen to practice.
Materials: game cards, container that is not see through (I like to use a cloth bag)
~Place all cards in container.
~Students take turns selecting a card from the container. Read the word. If the student is correct they keep the card. If not the card is put back in the container and the next player takes their turn. If a student picks a BAM card the student must put all their cards back into the container and play continues to the next player.
~Write the numbers in digits
~Make the numbers using base ten blocks
~Write the numbers as money amounts, then count out that much money
Judy and Rachel