Give each student one card.  This particular game has enough cards for 15 players. I have only 13 students so I gave some students 2 cards. Each card has two parts– an “I have” and a “Who has?” The first player skips the “I have” half and reads the “Who has” part. The person who begins this game, will start with the following card and say, “Who has 50?”

Give each student one card. This particular game has enough cards for 15 players. I have only 13 students so I gave some students 2 cards. Each card has two parts– an “I have” and a “Who has?” The first player skips the “I have” half and reads the “Who has” part. The person who begins this game, will start with the following card and say, “Who has 50?”

Classroom Freebies: 3 and 4 Digit Numbers Place Value Game

3 and 4 Digit Numbers Place Value Game

CLICK HERE FOR BASE TEN PUZZLES!   (A-G)  Print on Cardstock  Laminate for durability   Cut pieces in puzzle-like fashion  Separate pieces into baggies labeled w/ its letter (A, B, C, D, E, F, G)*This helps w/ organization.  In the end, you should have bags filled w/ different puzzle pieces.  If a child finishes with "Bag A" they can do "Bag B" etc.

CLICK HERE FOR BASE TEN PUZZLES! (A-G) Print on Cardstock Laminate for durability Cut pieces in puzzle-like fashion Separate pieces into baggies labeled w/ its letter (A, B, C, D, E, F, G)*This helps w/ organization. In the end, you should have bags filled w/ different puzzle pieces. If a child finishes with "Bag A" they can do "Bag B" etc.

Place Value Puzzles image 2 - puzzle pieces and find the matching ones

Place Value Puzzles

Place Value Puzzles image 2 - puzzle pieces and find the matching ones

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