I wanted my students to be able to practice multiplying and dividing by powers of ten in a cooperative, yet friendly and competitive way. This game allows students to practice moving the decimal point multiple times within each competitive round. I set my students up into groups of two to four and they wanted to keep playing, even after the bell rang. The idea that everyone starts off with the same number is important because at the end their numbers will include the same digits, but the decimal will be in a different (or same) place. I think it is important for students see the importance of what happens to the same number when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of ten. This game also allows students to practice comparing decimals as well. Please view the preview to get the idea about how to play. Thanks for looking.