Save time planning your math centers with this big bundle of place value games and activities! This bundle includes 25 engaging, skill-focused resources that focus on two- and three-digit numbers.
• Pig Pen Place Value Game
Pig Pen is a place value game for small groups. Students take turns drawing number cards and using them to build a 3-digit number. After both players have built their numbers, they compare and the one with the largest number places a marker on their pig pen board. The first player to fill their pig pen wins.
• Number Order Picture Puzzles
This is a set of 14 picture puzzles for ordering numbers from least to greatest. There are 8 small puzzles and 10 large ones. Each piece has a two or three-digit number. By ordering them from least to greatest, they will form a picture.
• Hundred Chart Puzzles Task Cards
- 28 task cards for working with the hundred chart. Each task card shows a portion of a hundred chart. Students determine the missing number based on their knowledge of base ten number patterns.
• Hoppin' Through The Hundred Chart
This is a set of 4 math centers for building number sense and understanding place value through working with the hundred chart.
• Doggie, Doggie, Where's Your Bone? Expanded Form Game
- Learning to use expanded form with 3-digit numbers in the focus of this place value activity. There are 4 different ways to play with a partner or small group: partner match-ups, a scavenger hunt, concentration, and a twist on the classic Doggie, Doggie, Where's Your Bone? game.
• Which Came First? Comparing Numbers
Played like the card game "War" with each player turning over their top card and comparing numbers. The difference is, in this game, the player whose number comes first (the least number) gets to keep the cards. One player has a set of chicken cards and the other has egg cards. So, which came first...the chicken or the egg?
• What's My Number? Task Cards
Each task card requires students to guess a two-digit mystery number based on place value and greater than/less than clues. Includes 24 cards, recording sheet, and answer key.
• Silly Monsters Expanded Form Game
Learning expanded form is fun with this silly monster Powerpoint game! Students will practice building 2-digit numbers in expanded form by choosing the correct monster eyes and monster mouth. Each number from 11 to 99 is included and creates a different silly monster face.
• Feed the Elephants: Even or Odd Game
Students take turns choosing peanuts and deciding which elephant to feed them to (based on whether the number is even or odd). Players then add up the numbers on their elephant's peanuts. The elephant with the biggest sum is the winner. (This game is not shown in the preview.)
• Rainbow Race
This is a two-player dice game that involves building and comparing 3-digit numbers.
• Place Value Concentration (2 versions)
Students take turns trying to match two-digit numbers with the place value block model, number word, and expanded form. Two sets of 24 cards
• Place Value Dominoes (2 versions)
Students line up the dominoes in the correct order. Matching numbers with the corresponding word, expanded form, or base-ten block model. Two sets with 16 dominoes in each
• Race to the Top Game
Players roll dice to build 3-digit numbers. The one with the largest number moves up the mountain. The first to reach the top is the winner.
• I Have/Who Has Game: 2-digit block models
• I Have/Who Has Game: 3-digit block models
• I Have/Who Has Game: expanded form
• I Have/Who Has Game: 1, 10, 100 more and less
• Whooo Knows Numbers?
This activity requires students to model 2- and 3-digit numbers in picture form and expanded form, and determine odd or even.
• 100 or Bust Game
• Place Value Graphic Organizer
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