Score sheets, a deck of cards, and pencils are all that are needed for this fun decimal place value game! Perhaps a modified score card (with just thousands, hundreds, tens and ones) could be made for students that haven't learned decimals yet.
In this quick and easy game, students compete against one another to form the highest decimal number using playing cards. This game challenges students to think critically about the place value of digits in decimal numbers and how each digit's placement
Decimal Place Value Anchor chart is useful. Learners need to become familiar with the decimal language. Saying a decimal in word form sounds different from a whole number and seeing it visually will help.