I have bundled 5 fun “War” Card Games together to make learning Upper Elementary Math more fun! The concepts get harder and practicing may not be as fun as math in the past but with these card games, that all changes!

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BUNDLE! Upper Elementary “War” Card Games & Math Centers

  • Includes 5 Packs of cards
  • Concepts covered: Decimal Place Value, Large Number Place Value, Fractions, Multiplication and Division

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Decimal Place Value "War" Decimal Place Value “War” Card Game Center

9 Unique sets of cards with varying skill levels:
Place value to the tenths place
Place value to the hundredths place
Place value to the thousandths place

fraction war card game set Fraction “War” Card Game Center

8 Unique sets of cards

Large number place value "War"Large Number Value “War” Card Game Center

Compares millions and thousands
8 Unique sets of cards with varying skill levels:
4 sets comparing number to number
4 sets comparing number to word form

 division "war" card gamesDivision “War” Card Game Math Center

15 Unique sets of cards comparing simple division problems and their answers

Multiplication Facts War card gameMultiplication “War” Card Game Center

15 Unique sets of cards with varying skill levels:
1 set for each group of facts 1-12 (Game can be modified to play without 11 & 12 simply by removing those cards. It does not affect the game.)
3 mixed sets for more challenging practice.

Tools you’ll need

Fellowes laminator
Nuova laminating pouches set of 200 3 mil sheets
12 inch paper trimmer

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Don’t worry about making a special trip to the store. You can get all the supplies for this activity right here. Click the pictures above to get what you need.

I suggest printing on the white side of card stock to ensure that the cards are not see-through. Laminating is also a good idea to ensure durability of the cards.

Print 2-4 copies of each set to make a deck.
The more copies of each set that are made means more cards which equals a longer game and more review!

How to Play

The game is played as a traditional game of “War”:

-Divide cards evenly among two players.
-Place cards face down in a stack
-Players each turn over one card at the same time
-Player with the word that has the highest value takes both cards and adds them to the bottom of their pile
-In case of tie, each player lays down three cards face down and then turns the third card. Highest value wins all the cards.
-Play continues as time allows or one player runs out of cards

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