We have created this place value game to give students practice with understanding numbers involving tens and ones.
This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
Use this I have, Who has Place Value Game for place value review in your classroom.
This simple set of 30 “I have…Who has…?” cards focuses on thinking of numbers in terms of how many tens and ones they are comprised of and is meant to be a fun and engaging way to practice.
How to Play
For those unfamiliar with “I have…Who has…?” activities, pass out all the cards.
If you don’t have 30 students, consider giving some students two cards or you could keep the extra cards and participate where needed in the activity.
Once the cards are passed out, the student with the word “Start” reads their card first by asking the question.
Whoever is holding the card with the answer to that question, reads their own card…which includes another question.
Play continues until the last student, whose card says “Finish” has read their answer.
We have provided this place value game in color and in black & white. You could print the color on card stock and laminate for durability and continued use or simply print the black & white set on copy paper and throw them away as they become worn out. We know that other teachers prefer to print the black and white set on colorful card stock in order to save on color ink.
You can download these games here:
We also have a similar book to meet kindergarten standards: Counting & Cardinality
This complete unit of study meets 1st and 2nd grade standards: Numbers, Counting & Ordering
This Scoot game is another fun way to engage your students in number sense practice while getting them up and moving: Numbers & Operations SCOOT