This is a match game to review various math terms. It focuses mainly on a few types of numbers and place value from the hundredths thousands' place up to the hundred trillions' place. The pictures show an example of the cards. Students match the terms to the examples. There are 72 terms and 72 examples to match!
And, there are two printing options. The first is a fall-colored print with the terms written in blue on orange and all the examples on green rectangles. The second options is a blue font with a white background.
The 72 terms included are: ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, one thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands, one millions, ten millions, hundred millions, one billions, ten billions, hundred billions, one trillions, ten trillions, hundred trillions, tenths, hundreths, one thousandths, ten thousandths, hundred thousandths, period, digits, word form, standard form, expanded form, fraction, decimal, mixed number, whole number, improper fraction, equivalent fractions, greastest number, least number, rounding, estimate, front-end estimation, greater than, less than, inequality, not equal, equal to, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to, >,<,=, multiplication, addition, subtraction, division, expression, equation, variable, mental math, solution, true solution, false solution, commutative property, associative property, identity property, benchmark, model, pie chart, table, bar graph, calculator, pencil and paper, mental math, compensation, drawing conclusions, word problem skill: using a benchmark, logical reasoning, word problem skill: use a table, and word problem skill: write an equation.