36 Bingo is a fun way to practice computation and order of operations, while planning a strategy to manipulate numbers for a desired outcome. Differentiation is built in, pushing students to think beyond simply adding and subtracting.
This has been a popular game in my math classroom. I usually teach it early in the year, so I can have it in my arsenal of go-to activities. Once the students learn how to play, it's a great game to leave for substitutes! Many subs have commented how engaged the students were when playing. Teacher notes and game boards are included.
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Terrific! I'm glad it works for you. I just uploaded a new game set using dice called, Let's Roll 'Em- PEMDAS Computation Dice Games that you might find of interest. Thanks for the feedback! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Lets-Roll-Em-PEMDAS-Computation-Dice-Games
Thanks for the feedback!
April 5, 2013
Exactly what I've been looking for to liven up my maths lesson
Just downloaded - can't wait to try with my 6th - 8th graders. I know they will love the challenge of the game! It is the perfect activity for my district's "Early Release Mondays" where students are dismissed an hour early causing a shortening of all class periods. Thank you for this "gift."
Not sure what grade level you teach, but even the most mathematically challenged in my class were able to play this game. I would sometimes team those kiddos up to support each other. Thanks for the feedback and for following me!
January 1, 2013
What a fabulous way to practice math. So simple yet engaging. Thanks for sharing.
Terrific! I know your kids will enjoy it. Thanks for the feedback. :)
November 11, 2012
I added a chart of numbers 1-36 to mark off. Helps in keeping track of numbers used. Also, I made one page by putting the "additional equations" next to the bingo board. Using a colored pencil to mark off the numbers in the bingo grid helps to find the bingo quickly. Thanks, love it!
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