Race to the Finish with Place Value Race: the Fun 5th Grade Math Game

If you’re looking for an exciting and educational way to practice math skills, you’re in the right place. Today, we’re introducing you to Place Value Race, the 5th grade math game that will have your kids begging for more.

Place Value Race is a fun and interactive board game that helps students practice and reinforce their skills in converting between standard and expanded form. With 2 to 4 player gameplay, Place Value Race is perfect for the classroom or at home.

To start, players roll a die to determine their turn order, and then take turns rolling the die and moving their game piece along the board. If the roll is odd, the player moves their piece two spaces forward; if it’s even, they move one space. As players land on different colored blocks, they’ll draw a game card from the corresponding deck and must convert the decimal number from standard form to expanded form (blue cards) or from expanded form to standard form (yellow cards).

But beware: if a player answers incorrectly, they must return to their original position before their die roll! The first player to reach or pass the “Finish” block wins the game.

As you can see, Place Value Race is a fun and engaging way for kids to practice and reinforce their math skills. It’s suitable for 2 to 4 players and is perfect for use in the classroom or at home. So don’t wait, get your copy of Place Value Race today and watch your child’s math skills soar!

Place Value Race is a fun and engaging math game that helps kids in 5th grade, It’s just one of 44 math games included in our 5th Grade File Folder Math Game Book, a collection of printable math games that are perfect for reinforcing key math skills in a fun and interactive way. Each game is designed to be printed and placed in a file folder for easy storage and organization. The book includes a wide range of math games covering a variety of 5th grade math concepts, so there’s something for every learner. Get your kids excited about math and make learning more engaging with these file folder math games!

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