This classroom tested game is played like your basic Bingo game, with one twist. Instead of covering up the fraction or decimal that is called, you cover up the equivalent fraction or decimal.
For example, if the fraction 1/4 is called, the player actually covers up 0.25.
This game comes with 30 premade game boards, as well as a blank set so you can customize the boards any way you wish. It also has the fraction and decimal cards for calling, as well as a record sheet so you know which fractions/decimals should be covered.
My students love this game, and I am sure yours will too.
This is sure to be a hit with students. A fun way to practice equivalent fractions, which can be tricky for some. This wioll work well for whole group or for a small group center. I LOVE IT! Thanks so much.
May 5, 2013
Thank you for this wonderful activity.
April 21, 2013
This will be great practice for converting fractions and decimals. Thank you!
February 3, 2013
My students will get practice in fractions and decimals (a concept that is difficult for some) and have fun at the same time. Thanks for sharing your creativity and generosity! :)
My students loved this!!! One thing that would help is to have made the game cards into squares so that they were five across and five down. We played it such that students had to have 4 across diagonally and 5 down or horizontal so it worked just fine. Thank you so much!!!
January 26, 2013
Fab resource. Looking forward to using it tomorrow. Thank you! Such a time saver.
November 27, 2012
Students love Bingo and I have a feeling that they will even enjoy this one without realizing it is connected to learning.
August 17, 2012
Just what i need to supplement instruction!
August 12, 2012
This is a wonderful game...Students love playing BINGO
July 23, 2012
really think you did a good job-I am using part of this in a summer school program. Thanks,
I have been a classroom teacher for 15 years, teaching grades 2 through 5. I have spent most of my years in the upper grades, and consider that my expertise. I am Nationally Board Certified, a master teacher, and have my Masters in Education.