I hope you enjoy this Ones, Tens, Hundreds Place Value Exchange Game Freebie! It’s perfect to help your students understand the value of ones, tens, and hundreds by exchanging/trading 10 ones (cubes) for a long/rod (10 stick) and 10 longs/rods for a hundred/flat. So easy to play independently or against a partner. I use real Base-Ten Blocks to play in school (partners) but designed this to be used in school or sent home (cut out blocks included) to practice/play with a family member.
*Copy on construction paper or cardstock and have kids either cut out one sheet (for one person) OR cut out TWO sheets which is enough for 2 players.
*Send home pieces in a baggie along with directions/game board OR send home EVERYTHING and have kids cut at home before playing.
*Allow kids to keep at home so they can play often OR collect and store for next year.
*Two game boards: BW and color version (not a lot of color)
* Two versions of directions to send home but only difference is that one says to use attached Base-Ten Blocks while other says to cut them out.
*Base-Ten "Blocks" to cut out
*Recording Sheet for playing in school
*Homework Recording Sheet (I send four recording sheets home for the week and have them play for homework M-T night.)
If you are interested in a MONEY EXCHANGE GAME (same format) from my store:
If you found this product helpful, take a peek at some other available math products:
MY FAVORITE LINE OF MATH PRODUCTS: OPEN-ENDED MATH PROMPTS
Once you switch over to Open-Ended, you'll never want the standard prompts again. Promise! See Blog Posting About them and see them in action:
Also available in a money- saving bundle.