Place Value War Card Games

Are your students or children starting to learn about or need review of place value? These Place Value Card Games and Math Centers “War” games are perfect for comparing place value of units, tens and hundreds places. This is fantastic for students of various levels as well.

Decimal Place Value ‘War’ Card GamesThese Decimal Place Value "War" card games are a fun way to learn how to write and read decimals. Compare between hundredths and thousandths with this face-paced partner card game game.

MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THE DECIMAL PLACE VALUE “WAR” CARD GAMES:

Card Stock or Scrapbook Paper | Laminating Pouches | Laminator

Games for individual, partner, small group and whole class are included with almost endless opportunities for differentiation.

Fifteen unique sets included varying in difficulty.

  1. Compare units, example: 1, 2, 3, 4
  2. Compares units with constant tens, example:13, 14, 15, 16
  3. Compares tens with zero in the units example, 10, 20, 30
  4. Compares tens with similar units, example: 54, 65, 76
  5. Compares tens with misc. units: 19, 27, 48
  6. Compares tens with opposing units, example: 23, 32, 54, 45
  7. Compares tens and units with opposing units, example: 23, 28, 82, 32
  8. Compares tens and units with similar units, example: 33, 35, 43, 45
  9. Compares hundred with close tens and units, example: 123, 234, 345
  10. Compares hundreds and tens place with zero in the units, example: 990, 190, 330
  11. Compares hundreds, tens and units places with random numbers, example: 386, 731, 564
  12. Compares tens and units places with numbers such as 112, 121, 119
  13. Compares hundreds, tens and units places with similar tens and constant units, example: 775, 725, 825
  14. Compares hundreds, tens and units using visually confusing numbers, example: 666, 999, 696, 969 (these numbers are underlined for ease)
  15. Compares hundreds, tens and units using visually confusing numbers, example: 117, 771, 717, 171 (these numbers are underlined for ease) Play as a traditional game of “War”. Have fun and learn along the way!

You can print all of the games to use individually or print one set of cards to use one game at a time. Because it requires lots of colored ink to print, I highly recommend using HP Instant Ink if possible. I have used it for over a year and it has saved me so much money on ink and I never run out.

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