What’s Your House Number? Place Value Game
Today, an early bird VIP printable is coming to the free site: What’s Your House Number? Place Value Game.
It’s a fun and simple math game with a twist: You want to build the lowest possible 4-digit number!
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Materials for What’s Your House Number? Place Value Game
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors.
- (1) 10-sided die.
- Pen or marker.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file provides a template to play the game and keep score. There are four templates to a page. You can laminate and re-use them. We sure did, because E didn’t want to stop playing 😉
To play the game, take turns rolling a 10-sided die and choosing a place for the number on your score sheet. Try to plan ahead to make the lowest possible number.
After each player has completed a four-digit number, determine who has the lower number, and award that player a point.
Keep going to fill the score sheet, then add up all the points to find the winner of that round. Then start over 😉
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