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Place Value Game Show | Distance Learning | Test Prep Review Game (4th Grade)

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Place Value can be fun to review when you use Place Value Game Show with WHOLE NUMBERS ONLY for 4th grade! Put students in up to 6 groups to play this Jeopardy style game! Review days can be dull and kids just don't listen. But if you tell them that they will play a FUN review game to test their new knowledge, they will make sure to be listening to your every word.

Watch the Game Show Powerpoint Video to see how it works!

★★★Also available in a 5th Grade Version★★★

I play this game a little differently. I like to have all students ENGAGED and REVIEWING every question. So, I do this by having them answer every question. One team chooses the category and amount. EVERYONE answers the questions with their groups and records their answer on their whiteboards. The team, whose turn it is, show me their answer and if correct, I award them the points. If incorrect, any team that has the correct answer can go for the steal and get the points for that question. Then the next team gets to choose the category and points.

If you have any questions before you buy, please feel free to leave me a Q & A and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. ✔ Test to make sure this game works on your computer by downloading the Sample Game Show Test File!

Features of the game:

*25 slides with various questions in various categories such as, patterns, expanded form, word form, standard form, and comparing

*25 answer slides with the answers to the 25 question slides that link from the question to check answers.

*Game board slide with all question categories and amounts (click to go to a question and amounts will disappear as they are used)

*Scoreboard slide where you can track points for each team with a WORKING SCOREBOARD!

*Buttons on EVERY SLIDE that will take you back to the game board, scoreboard or answer.

*Reset Page buttons on the scoreboard and game board.

The categories and questions included are as follows:

PATTERNS: questions consist of using patterns between place values to understand place value (ex: 10 or 100 times a number)

STANDARD FORM: questions have numbers written in word form or expanded form and students have to change to standard form

EXPANDED FORM: questions have numbers written in word form or standard form and students have to change to expanded form

WORD FORM: questions have numbers written in standard form and students have to change to word form

COMPARING NUMBERS: compare numbers up to hundred thousands place

☆ PLEASE NOTE

  • Versions included with this resource
    • PowerPoint file WITH Macros (working gameboard and scoreboard)
    • PowerPoint file WITHOUT Macros (Track your own questions used and points)
    • Google version (Track your own questions used and points)
  • Teacher's manual is included.
  • This file is NOT EDITABLE.

Please, if you have any issues or problems after purchase, I have included my email to contact me so that I can help you get this FUN and ENGAGING game started in your classroom!

***This game can also be found in the following bundles:***

Place Value Game Bundle

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 ÷ 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.

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