**Connect base ten block representations with numerals with these multi-use matching cards.**

**Multiple Base Ten Block Activities in One Resource**

This set of base ten block matching cards includes number cards and base ten block representation cards of the numbers 1 through 120, for a total of 240 cards. This resource can be used in multiple ways to help your students increase their number recognition and place value skills. Here are a few ideas that are included in the resource:

**Base Ten Buddy– Students find the “Base Ten Buddy” who has the card matching the amount represented on their own card.**

**“I Have, Who Has?” Game**– Students call out what amount is represented on their card, and the student with the match answers. Play continues around the room.

**Memory Game**– Students play a memory matching game with the card pairs of your choice.

**War Card Game**– Students flip over cards to see who has the higher amount — winner takes all!

**Base Ten Block Build**– Students use real base ten blocks to build the number shown on their card, and then check their answer against the base ten block card.

You and your students are sure to find many more uses for this versatile card set! It also pairs well with our Base Ten Block Matching Cards (Random Numbers 100 – 1,000) resource.

**Using Base Ten Blocks in the Classroom **

Base ten blocks are a versatile tool that can be used to help your students learn many foundational math skills, such as:

**Number recognition****Subitizing****Counting****Place Value****Addition****Subtraction****Comparing and ordering numbers**

Base ten blocks are one of the most adaptable math manipulatives you can have in your classroom. Combined with this resource, your students will be on their way to mastering many math concepts!

**Just Download and Print!**

This resource is available in both easy-to-print PDF and editable Google Slides format. Use the drop-down arrow located on the download button to choose the best option for your students.

**Longevity Tip:** Print cards on cardstock and laminate so students can use them again and again!

This resource was created by Lauren Borst, a teacher in Indiana and a Teach Starter collaborator.

**More Base Ten Block Activities**

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