WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Strengthen Students' Place Value Skills With This Engaging Center Activity
Perfect for differentiation, this game helps students practice building the largest or smallest number to the hundreds or thousands place on their write-on/wipe-off work mats. Players pick a number card and spin the spinner to determine where to place the card. Students can also play without the spinner to strategically place their number cards to best advantage.
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- 2 double-sided work mats, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
- Size: 11" by 8½" each
- 30 laminated number cards
- Size: 2½" by 3½" each
- 1 spinner
- Size: 6½" by 6½"
- 1 laminated task card
- Size: 9" by 6"
- Really Good Instructional Guide
- 1 hanging plastic bag
- Size: 11" by 13¼"