Practice place value using expanded form, written form, and standard form! THEN, compare numbers up to five-digits!
This game is a great tool to use as a math activity, as a math center, or as an option for early finishers. Students play this game with a partner and build numbers using place value cards written in word form and expanded form. Students use those cards to write a number in standard form and then compare their number with a partners. The students with the greater number earns points in each round. At the end of the match, total your points to find out the winner of the game!
Included in this resource:
- 30 place value cards for EACH
of the following places: ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands
- Game tables for two players
- Student direction cards
- "Teacher Tips" page
THREE VERSIONS to fit your preferences:
- Bold Color
- Black & White
I use this game in my classroom as a math center. I laminate all the parts of the game (student directions, a set of cards, and two game tables) and put them in a plastic container for students to revisit day after day. I laminate three copies of this game so six students may play at any one time.
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Isabelle MacDonald from Wild & Free in Grade Three
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