This is similar to Bingo and is a way for students to work on both place value and converting numbers from word form to standard form. The student instructions below explain the game.
1. Fill in your P. VALUE chart with digits from 0 to 9 in any order. Make sure each digit is only used once in a column.
2. Take turns drawing a number strip from one of the envelopes, reading the number aloud, and writing the number in numerical form with a dry erase marker. Check the answer on the back of the number strip.
3. Identify the place value of the digit in the shaded box (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands, or hundred-thousands), and go to that column on your P. VALUE chart. If the same digit is written in that column, place an X or a sticker on the digit.
4. Erase the number strip before placing it under the envelope it came from.
5. To win, get 3 in a row, 3 in a column, or 3 diagonal in either the left or right half of the P. VALUE board.
6. When the game is over, return erased number strips to the correct envelopes.
Materials included: teacher preparation instructions, envelope labels, student instructions, place value bingo cards, and number strips.
**Numbers are typed in standard form on the back of the number strips, so students may check their answers.
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