The Value of a Digit Math Game

The Value of a Digit Math Game
The Value of a Digit Math Game
The Value of a Digit Math Game
The Value of a Digit Math Game
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Students will work with a partner, rolling two dice and then making the smallest and largest numbers they can with the numbers they roll. Example, if they roll a three and a two, they'd make 32 for the largest number and 23 for the smallest number. Students play against a partner and circling whoevers number wins each round. Then, students will use three dice, making numbers up to 999-recording the smallest and largest numbers they can make and comparing theirs to their partners. Great for beginning of the year, number sense activity, in a math center. Hands-on! Great discussion after game is played. Ask students their strategies for making the largest and smallest numbers. What did it 'mean' when you had _ tens and _ ones, etc.?
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2 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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