Decimal Digit Cards
This is in response to a number of requests. A series of 100 digit cards from 0.1 to 10.0. They can be used for all of the usual digit card activities, but here are two quick game idea:
For 2 to 4 players. Chose a dealer, this person shuffles the pack and deals two cards to himself and each of the players. All players turn up their cards and must each state what the sum of the two decimal numbers is. The player with the larger total keeps all of the dealt cards. Deal passess to the next player, and the game continues until all of the cards have been won (or for a set number of deals).
[NEW] For a game that requires more mathematical skills (and a little cunning): each player has two cards, the mentally find the sum of the two numbers and turn one (they can choose which) face-up on the table. Now each player takes it in turn to ask the person on their left what the sum of their cards is. From this information and the number card on the table they have to work out what number the other card shows. If they calculate correctly, or if the first player has made a mistake with the sum, they win the cards and ask the next person on the left. If at any time they make an error the play passes to the next person.
The attached file* consists of a high quality, four-page pdf featuring 100 cards to be laminated and cut out.
Let us know how you use these.