Solve and Compare is a 52-problem, CCSS-aligned game in which students solve and compare 3- and 4- digit addition and subtraction problems.
To play, students place all 52 cards in a face-down pile. Next, a student will draw 4 cards. He or she will solve the first card and use it as his or her 'focus fact'-- the sum or difference to which he or she will compare the subsequent sums and differences.
Next, the student will solve the remaining 3 cards. If you buy the animal bag clips (mentioned in the file and on my blog), or use stuffed animals, students will "feed" their sums and differences to either the greater than, less than, or equal to animal after comparing them to the sum or difference of the focus problem.
If you don't want to use animals, I've created a game board on which to place the focus fact and the greater than, less than, and equal to cards.
Graphics from the Pond (frames)
Maree Truelove (background)