April 19, 2012

Printable Place Value Games {Roll Hundreds & Roll Thousands}

        
     
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Welcome to Day 4 of 10 Days of Math Games & Activities! For the next six weekdays I will continue to share lots of fun, hands-on math games and activities to utilize with your children or students! Today’s games, Roll Hundreds and Roll Thousands, are all about place value! 

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Materials Needed:

1) One die labeled with any six numbers from 0-9.(We prefer to use either our Education Cubes or our Write-On Wipe-Off Dice)

Education Cube vs. Write-On Wipe-Off Dice

2) Pencil or dry erase markers

3) The Roll Hundreds game board included in this file

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Prepare the Game: Print a Roll Hundreds page for each person. Laminate for durability and repeated use. Cut the page in half; as there are two game boards per page.

Play the Game: Each player takes turns rolling the die/cube and must decide whether to write the number in either the hundreds, tens or ones column on their game board without letting the other players see their board. Once the number is written, it must stay in that place. Continue until all players have filled all the columns on their game board. Then reveal the game boards. The player with the highest number wins! That player places a tally mark in the Winner box and another round of play continues.

The game {in action} with two players:

Player A rolls a 5 and decides to write it in the tens column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Player B rolls a 3 and decides to write it in the ones column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Player A rolls an 8 and decides to write it in the hundreds column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Player B rolls a 5 and decides to write it in the tens column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Player A rolls another 8 and writes it in the ones column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

Player B rolls a 9 and writes it in the hundreds column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

The players each reveal their game boards and determine that Player B has the highest number. So, Player B puts a tally in the Winners column.

Roll Hundreds: Printable Place Value Game

In addition to the Roll Hundreds Place Value Game I have also made a Roll Thousands Game which is played the very same way!

Roll Thousands: Printable Place Value Game

Download the Roll Hundreds Game AND the Roll Thousands Game

This post is part of the 10 Days of…Series hosted by the iHomeschool Network!

10 Days of Math Games & Activities

Day 1: Making Equations {Addition & Subtraction} Math Game

Day 2: Number Line Addition & Subtraction Math Game

Day 3: Guess the Coins Math Game

Day 4: Roll Hundreds & Roll Thousands {Place Value Math Game}

Day 5: Living Math Books: Reading as a Math Activity

Day 6: Circle Subtraction Math Game

Day 7: Grid Multiplication Math Game

Day 8: Making it Whole {Fractions Game}

Day 9: Off the Grid {Addition & Subtraction Game}

Day 10: Math Games {Family Game Night}

Be sure to head over and check out the 28 other awesome bloggers participating in the 10 Days Series! Yep, that’s a total of almost 300 amazing blog posts chalk full of great information!

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  • http://twitter.com/TheArrowoodZoo Kayla Arrowood

    Actually really needing this activity now! Thanks Mama Jenn!!

  • http://www.livinalib.blogspot.com/ Gabrielle

    I finally broke down and ordered the cubes and purchased an Education Cubes membership. Now I am impatiently waiting for our cubes to arrive! Thanks so much for sharing so many wonderful ideas.

  • http://www.mama-jenn.blogspot.com/ Mama Jenn

    You are so welcome! I hope you enjoy your Education Cubes!

  • Becka

    Thank you so much I just found out today how much my son was really struggling with this concept. Glad I found your site

  • Roxy Seymour

    Thanks so much, these will be great to use for Maths practice.

    • http://www.MamaJenn.com/blog Mama Jenn

      You are very welcome!!!