Place Value Game - Compare It!

Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Place Value Game - Compare It!
Grade Levels
Common Core Standards
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Place Value Game - Compare It! is a math game that helps students practice place value by comparing one, two, three, and four-digit whole numbers.

How to Play:
1.) When it is your turn pick a card. Write that number in any available place value spot.
2.) When all place value spots have been filled use >, <, or = to compare the two numbers.
3.) When all games have been played add up all the wins for each player. Then compare the sums to determine the champion.

Download includes:
Page 1 - game card backs
Page 2 - game card fronts
Page 3 - four-digit game board
Page 4 - three-digit game board
Page 5 - two-digit game board
Page 6 - one-digit game board
Page 7 - instruction card
Page 8 - four-digit game board (ink-friendly version)
Page 9 - three-digit game board (ink-friendly version)
Page 10 - two-digit game board (ink-friendly version)
Page 11 - one-digit game board (ink-friendly version)
Page 12 - four-digit game board x2 - half sheet (ink-friendly version)
Page 13 - thee-digit game board x2 - half sheet (ink-friendly version)
Page 14 - two-digit game board x2 - half sheet (ink-friendly version)
Page 15 - one-digit game board x2 - half sheet (ink-friendly version)


How to set up the game:
Print game boards.
Print card covers. Flip over and print the numbers.
Cut out cards.

Enjoy!


1.NBT.B.3 Compare two two-digit numbers based on meanings of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, and <.

2.NBT.A.4 Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.

Thank you mycutegraphics.com for the wonderful artwork.
Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
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