This is a place value review game for first graders that focuses on the Numbers in Base Ten strand of the Common Core Math Standards. It includes question cards that can be used in a carousel style, or a task card style. Each of the 26 cards has one problem on it for students to solve. An answer sheet is included, as well as an answer key. The questions review the following skills: counting in sequence; completing a 100s chart; using tens and ones to represent a two digit number; comparing two digit numbers using < or >; adding and subtracting tens or multiples of ten to a two digit number (using both place value blocks and the 100s chart); completing missing sections of the hundreds chart to show understanding of ten more, ten less, one more, one less; and also problem solving with adding tens to a two digit number.
I play this game in a carousel fashion - hanging the cards around my room. Students fill out a 100s chart to use as a tool during play. They they locate an unoccupied problem to solve. I use music as a signal to switch problems. My students really enjoy this kind of activity and it helps review a lot of material that we have covered. Hope it is helpful and engaging for your students as well!