Watch, Think, Color games designed just for third graders! Multiplication practice, reading number words, rounding, counting coins, and place value! Each game keeps kids focused and engaged for 15-20 minutes. $
Comparing and Ordering Numbers for Second Grade in a fun, INTERACTIVE powerpoint! These Halloween contestants can be used all year. With 25 practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. Also a great way to challenge your First Graders or review with your Third Graders! Categories include: Comparing Numbers up to 100, up to 1000, Greatest & Least - Word Problems up to 1000, Putting Numbers in Order up to 100, up to 1000. Meets Common Core Standard 2.NBT.4…
Place Value Jeopardy style game show! Excellent practice for your 1st and 2nd Grade students. With 25 practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. Game Show categories include: Regrouping Tens & Ones, Value of the Underlined Digit, Convert to/from Another Number, Expanded Form, Place Value Models $
Want a FREE differentiated place value game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've transformed the popular game Yahtzee into a fun and engaging place value game! You'll even get our free score cards to use!
6 place value games to help consolidate place value to 1,000 are included in this game pack. The games require players to identify number names; add 1 more, 10 more or 100 more to a given number; identify the highest and lowest value of numbers; identify the amount of hundreds, tens and ones in a number; understand less than or greater than; compare numbers and count base ten blocks
This bundle combines my One Step Multiplication Word Problem Worksheets Level 1 and 2 with my One Step Division Word Problem Worksheets Level 1 and 2. This bundle includes twenty four pages of multiplication word problems and 24 pages of division problems. For multiplication there are several missing factor problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. $ #MultiplicationDivisionWordProblems