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Adding & Subtracting Decimals Game

This Decimal Game is designed to give your students practice with adding and subtracting decimals.

This Decimals Game is designed to give your students practice with adding and subtracting decimals.

Theis decimal game has been created to provide you with free addition and subtraction practice for decimals.

Finding ways to get 4th and 5th graders excited about practicing decimals can be difficult.

We created this game with that thought in mind. Our hope is that this is a game that will engage your students while giving them much needed practice.

As always, this is a free resource from The Curriculum Corner. It has been created to be used in classrooms and in homes. You may print and copy for your classroom or home use. You may not sell this game or modify and sell this game. When sharing this resource, please link directly to this post. You may not upload the PDF provided to any web site, including school sites. Please help us keep our resources free by following our guidelines. If you have any questions, please ask.

To create the game, print on card stock. We like to laminate our materials to make them more durable.

Cut apart the game cards and operation cards. Store the cards in a baggie or plastic soap container. Add a coin and markers for students to use when playing.

What You Will Find

  • This download includes a large assortment of decimal cards – choose the ones that fit the level of your students.
  • Operation cards
  • A game board for playing
  • Two different recording pages to be used as a paper and pencil check after play of the game.
  • Each player needs a game marker and each pair needs a coin to play.

Adding and subtracting decimals game for 4th & 5th grades FREE from The Curriculum CornerYou can download this free decimal collection here:

Decimal Addition & Subtraction Game

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