I am so glad you’ve found this resource to use in your classroom. I recently dreamed up this game to keep my students interested in practicing place value skills. When my students play this game, they say the digit and its value with each card placed on the board. When all nine cards have been placed, each player must say their entire number before moving on to point cards. Each point card encourages interpretation of place value and the value of each digit in the number.
To create: Print boards and cards on heavyweight paper. Mount on cardstock and laminate. Connect three boards to create a 9-digit place value chart (numbers through hundred millions). Cut cards apart.
1. Game board (connect the three periods to make one long board)
2. Digit cards (30 cards that print 6 per page)
3. Point cards (9 cards)
9 pages excluding cover page and credits