# Center

Get Your Numbers in Order (1–5)

## Stage 1: Two-digit Numbers

### Narrative

Students remove the cards that show 10 before they start. Then they choose two number cards and make a two-digit number. Students write their number in any space on the board, as long as the numbers from left to right go from least to greatest. If students cannot place their number, they get a point. The player with the fewest points when the board is filled is the winner.

## Stage 2: Three-digit Numbers

### Narrative

Students remove the cards that show 10 before they start. Then they choose three number cards and make a three-digit number. Students write their number in any space on the board, as long as the numbers from left to right go from least to greatest. If students cannot place their number, they get a point. The player with the fewest points when the board is filled is the winner.

## Stage 3: Denominators 2, 3, 4, or 6

### Narrative

Students choose cards with fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, or 6. Students write their number in any space on the board, as long as the numbers from left to right go from least to greatest. If students cannot place their number, they get a point. The player with the fewest points when the board is filled is the winner.

## Stage 4: Denominators 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, or 100

### Narrative

Students choose cards with fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 100. Students write their number in any space on the board, as long as the numbers from left to right go from least to greatest. If students cannot place their number, they get a point. The player with the fewest points when the board is filled is the winner.

## Stage 5: Decimals

### Narrative

Students remove the cards that show 10 before they start. Then they choose three number cards and make a decimal number less than 1. Students write their number in any space on the board, as long as the numbers from left to right go from least to greatest. If students cannot place their number, they get a point. The player with the fewest points when the board is filled is the winner.