This activity will help students practice their logic and reasoning, comparing and contrasting, ordering and decimals.
Materials: cards (without face cards), any laminated game board, white board or a piece of paper; a coin; Top This answer document
*H = make the largest *T = make the smallest
1. Divide the cards out evenly between the players
2. Flip the coin (heads = make the largest number // tails = make the smallest number)
*Circle MAKE THE LARGEST or MAKE THE SMALLEST on the answer document
3. Each player will deal out one card to each other
4. Players will write their card number in one of the blanks on their answer document
*Once a number has been written, it may not be moved
5. Continue doing this for the next 3 cards (ONE AT A TIME)
6. After filing in the remaining spaces, Students MUST read their number correctly – winner of the match gets all of the cards
7. The player with the most cards at the end wins
This game can be used to supplement any of your place value decimal lessons. Use them with your small groups, use them as math game centers, use them as whole group games, etc.
*this game will allow students to practice applying their knowledge of place value (decimals) in a way that is very practical and engaging!
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