Looking for a way to incorporate Boggle into your math classroom? This engaging game is designed to provide independent practice for writing whole numbers and decimals in standard, expanded, and word form.
I’ve created these cards with the intention of displaying them on an interactive bulletin board. Instruct students to choose 4-9 adjacent digits & arrange them in any order to create a whole number or decimals. Then have students write their number in standard, expanded, and word form.
Includes: cards for the digits 0 - 9, teacher suggestions for use, and Student Directions (for working with both whole numbers & decimals)
I didn’t include a scoring system for this version. Instead I used this interactive display during my teaching as opportunities for formative instruction. (
Here are some example of how I use the Place Value Boggle in my classroom:
Assign students an exit ticket on writing whole numbers in word form, but allow them to generate their own whole number by using the digits on the Boggle board. You may give requirements for how many digits or the types of digits they must include ("Your number must have at least 5 digits with one of those digits being a 0.") or differentiate by letting students determine their own number, without limitations.