Even after considering a variety of learning styles, differentiated instruction, stations and activities, peer tutoring, discovery, and whatever else I can throw in, I still have students at a variety of skill levels. Even after planning what I hope is the best lesson ever written, it just doesn't connect with every student.
I've written these sheets on Word Form, Place Value, Value, Ordering, and Rounding for a few reasons. First, the students who fall behind don't take the best of notes, so I need to provide those. Second, for small groups, I need something quick, easy, and fairly short. Third, my school is right in the middle of RtI meetings, and these sheets help create my focused instruction and time. Finally, the sheets allow parents to see what I'm doing and they can help at home.
For each topic, I've included a reteach page with examples and practice problems, a sheet for independent practice, a sheet with 35 game card questions, and a sheet with 35 game card answers. The questions and answers are arranged to be printed back to back. I've not included game card answers for Ordering because that would make it much too easy when matching.
The game cards will allow for continued review with matching or board games. (When converting to .pdf, the graphics shifted slightly. It makes little difference, but it irks me a little bit.)