Monday, April 4, 2011

Number Sense Card Game

My class has fallen in LOVE with "I Have, Who Has" and I'm not one to argue with excitement! Expect to see more and more of these decks in my posts. They can't get enough. :) I thought this would be a great deck for reinforcing mental addition and subtraction using place value.

What I love about this game is that it is quick enough to do for a fun activity during morning meeting or if there are a few spare minutes at the end of math or at dismissal time.

Click on the link below to download:




9 comments:

Donut Diva said...

love i have who has games and use them often so thanks for the link. One suggestion I always do mine on 2x4 labels so it is easy to print stick on 3x5 cards and then laminate.

Mrs. Policastro said...

Super cute! I will print them on cardstock and laminate! Thank you for sharing!!

sydney said...

thank you thank you. i don't know why my kids have suck a hard time with this!

Laura said...

Hi All! I tried this game out with my kiddos today and I found one mistake. The answer "26" is in there twice. It's still playable, but I fixed it up and changed the link to avoid confusion. So if you already downloaded get the updated version before you print it! :)

Donut Diva - I can see how that method would work, but I probably won't do it that way since I don't have 2x4 labels OR index cards right now. I just print on cardstock and laminate then cut them apart at school with the big paper cutter. :)

Sarah Cooley said...

So cute!

Nancy Wilson said...

I LOVE who has?! Thanks for sharing! I finally got my blog up and running and I love my graphics! Please come look! Thanks, Nancy
The Apple Basket Teacher

Jennifer said...

:-) I can't wait to play this with my class. I will have to adjust it a bit as I'm in kinder for the next 29 days and I have 20 students. I'm not sure where I'll be for next year so I love seeing new ideas!

Jayne Gammons said...

Thanks! Enjoy looking at your blog.
Summer smiles, Jayne
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