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Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has

Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
Place Value & Number Sense Games (Ones to Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has
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Place Value & Number Sense (Ones through Hundred Millions): I Have, Who Has Game Set- This is a set of three different I Have, Who Has Games for you to use in many different ways. Students will practice several skills that are related to whole number place value. Not each game has numbers through hundred millions. They are scaffolded so that game one is the ones through thousands, game two is the thousands period, and game three is the millions period. You can use these across grade levels, as there are different skills required in each game. This is a great way to extend content for students who have mastered skills already or to reteach and review. Because all of the games have a similar look and layout, you can easily have multiple games going at once without. Directions are the same for all three games, so students don’t have to learn a new set of rules if they “graduate” to the next game.

Students will:
- Identify numbers through hundred millions when given a specific digit in the numbers
- Name numbers through hundred millions and their specific digits
- Tell the values of digits through hundred millions
- Determine the relationship between two digits next to each other (10 times larger or smaller than the other)
- Apply number sense when adding and subtracting basic decimal amounts

Each game includes an answer key so that students can check their own work if playing independently.

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These are great activities for:
- Whole Class
- Small Groups or Centers
- Take Home Games
- Independent or Pair Work

Included in this resource are:
- 3 Different Games that are varied for different student readiness and mastery levels
- Answer Keys for all games
- Game Set Labels
- Teacher Notes
- Directions for Play
- Suggestions for Use

More PLACE VALUE Resources:
*Place Value Poster with Decimals

*Whole Number Place Value Board Games Set
*Decimal Place Value: I Have Who Has Games
*Decimal Place Value Board Games

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Additional MATH GAMES & RESOURCES:
*I Have, Who Has Games for Polygons
*Adding Basic Fractions BUMP Games {4 Differentiated Games}
*Subtracting Fractions BUMP Games {4 Differentiated Games}
*Geometry Math Game Set: Three Dimensional Shapes
*Lines and Angles I Have, Who Has Games
*Pumpkin Math: Graphing, Data, and More

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