A great game for learning how to answer questions like "What digit is in the hundreds place?", "What is the value of the underlined number?", and "How many hundreds are in the number?". Things you will need to play that aren't included: one die and game pieces that the students can use to move through the path. I use small, different colored, squares. My students have really enjoyed playing this game. I have uploaded this file as a Power Point so you can edit it to your needs. If your students only go up to the hundreds you can change the numbers on the cards and take out the cards that ask about thousands, ten thousands, and hundred thousands. If you're feeling real adventurous you could even try to think of some different questions you could ask.
I suggest printing it out on card stock and you may even want to laminate it to make it last longer. My original that I made is not laminated and so far it has lasted 2 years. You will want to print the game board and the rules on two separate pieces of paper. The game cards you will want to print front and back. If your printer can't do that, print the even number pages, turn them over, and then print the odd (You may want to do all your # cards first and then do your ? cards just to make sure the right things are on the back of the right cards).