Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade

Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
Place Value Game Show For Advanced 2nd Grade
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  1. This Place Value: Build a Math Mindset Bundle is specifically designed for high achievers/gifted students in grade 2 or 3. The activities and questions allow students to demonstrate conceptual understanding and think deeply as they answer innovative and challenging questions about place value using
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Played like Jeopardy, this Place Value Game Show has students think deeply as they answer innovative and challenging questions about place value using logic, analogies, comparing and contrasting, identifying questions, making models, and more! This game is designed for advanced students in second grade who have mastered the basic concepts of Place Value.

Featuring sound effects, a self-scoring scoreboard and 30 questions plus a challenge question, this Place Value game is perfect test prep for 2nd and 3rd graders. You can play this game with students in teams and have the kiddos use whiteboards to show their answers, but it also works well for a math center in your classroom with only 2-4 students. Best of all, this product includes a blank editable game, so you can create your own questions for any subject!

This game plays on PowerPoint versions 2007, 2010, and 2014 AND Macintosh PowerPoint 2013! This game uses Macros. You will have to enable Macros on your PowerPoint program in order for the automatic scoring to work. I have included instructions on how to enable Macros and how to play the game in a PDF file included in the download. Be sure to read them, and if you are having any difficulty, just email me and I will help you out!

THIS PLACE VALUE POWERPOINT GAME INCLUDES:
⭐ A game board slide
⭐ 30 question and answer slides and an optional Challenge Round question that is played like Final Jeopardy
⭐ A self-scoring scoreboard slide – no typing in scores – they are automatically updated when you click that a player has answered a question correctly!
⭐ Buttons to add or delete points from a player’s score
⭐ A reset button which defaults all scores to zero
⭐ Sound effects that play when the team answers a question correctly Winner animation with applause when you select the winning team at the end of the game
⭐ Instructions for downloading, setting up the game, using the game on a SmartBoard, and instructions for play
⭐ A template you can use to create your own questions and answers

WHY USE THIS GAME?
⭐ Advanced students need to think at more complex levels and this game does just that!
⭐ Games like this are a great way to review concepts – they are fun and interactive.
⭐ This game can be played with a whole class or with small groups at a computer.

COMMON CORE STANDARDS:
2.OA.C.3 Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members, e.g., by pairing objects or counting them by 2s; write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal addends.
2.NBT.A.1 Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones.
2.NBT.A.3 Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form
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.

SKILLS INCLUDED:
⭐ Even and Odd
⭐ Identifying the place value of three-digit numbers
⭐ Writing three-digit numbers in different forms
⭐ Compare ones, tens, and hundreds (6 tens is less than 2 hundreds)
⭐ Group ones as tens and tens as hundreds (400 = 400 ones, 40 tens, or 4 hundreds
⭐ Model 3-digit numbers using base 10 blocks
⭐ Determine the value of each digit in 3-digit numbers
⭐ Read 3-digit numbers in unit form
⭐ Read 3-digit numbers in word form
⭐ Read 3-digit numbers in expanded form
⭐ Read 3-digit numbers in "mixed up" expanded and unit form (412 = 10 + 400 + 2)
⭐ Express 3-digit numbers in different forms (706 = 70 tens + 6 ones)
⭐ Find a number that is greater than or less than another number
⭐ Compare 3-digit numbers using <, >, or =

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© Susan Morrow This purchase is for single classroom use only. Sharing this resource with multiple teachers, an entire school, or an entire school system is strictly forbidden. Multiple licenses are available at a discount.

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