Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions

Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
Reading Decimals "I Have...Who Has?" Games - Tenths & Hundredths Versions
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This is a collection of 3 different sets of “I Have…Who Has…?” card games. Each game includes 28 cards that offer practice reading decimals in both word name form and standard form. Your students will LOVE these emoji-themed playing cards!

Format of Games:
Game 1 (Blue Cards) – Tenths Only
Game 2 (Red Cards) – Hundredths Only
Game 3 (Green Cards) – Mixed Tenths and Hundredths

NOTE: If you are interested in a similar set of games that includes decimal thousandths, click on the link below.
Reading Decimals “I Have…Who Has? Games – Thousandths Versions

To help make your cards last from year-to-year, print on cardstock and laminate. The cards look best when printed in color. However, they may also be printed in grayscale. If you don’t have access to a color printer, a good alternative would be to print in grayscale on brightly-colored cardstock paper.

Play “I Have…Who Has…?” with your entire class or use it as a small group activity. All 28 cards need to be used each time you play the game. If you are playing with fewer than 28 students, some students will have more than one card. If you have more than 28 students, allow the extra students to be in charge of passing out cards. After the first round, choose a new set of “card monitors” and play again so everyone gets a turn at playing the game.

Some Options to Challenge Your Students:
1. Keep track of how long it takes to complete the game the first time. Have your students exchange cards. Then play again and try to beat the previous time.
2. After completing the game, have your students get up and put themselves in order (from smallest to largest or from largest to smallest) based on the decimal they have on their card.


Some digital resources you may enjoy:
Digital Flash Cards for Multiplication BUNDLE
Digital Task Cards – Place Value & Digits
Digital Task Cards – Base Ten BlocksDigital Task Cards – Expanded Form
Digital Practice Slides – Factors, Multiples, Prime, and Composite

Other resources you may also like:
FREE My Book of Tenths
Fraction Match Up – Level 2 – Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
Decimal Concept Pages – Tenths & Hundredths Edition
Decimal Concept Pages – Thousandths Edition


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Janet Mitchell

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