This game contains 36 cards that will give your students practice identifying the standard form of a number when it is stated in expanded form.
For example, one card asks, "Who has the standard form for five hundreds and nine tens?" and the answer is "I have 590."
Another card asks, "Who has the standard form for five hundreds and nine ones?" and the answer is "I have 509."
An additional card asks, "Who has the standard form for nine hundred and five ones?" and the answer is "I have 905."
I made these cards somewhat challenging by using many numbers with zeroes, and by using numbers with the same three digits, but in a reversed order.
These cards always take a few extra minutes to get through the first time. I always time my students, and then let them go through them a second and possibly third time to try to beat their record!
This product also contains an answer key (so the teacher can follow along easily) and teacher directions.
You can also buy this game as part of my ultimate bundle:
I have… Who has…? GAME BUNDLE (includes 44 games!)
By Deb Hanson copyright 2015