Requires: Microsoft Word and Microsoft Powerpoint
Included in package: 5 Bingo games. Each game includes 32 bingo cards (3x3), a Powerpoint slideshow with approximately 18 questions and answers, and an answer key. Each game has 3 files:
#_Bingo_PrimeFactorization_Cards3x3.docx - the Bingo cards (4 per page)
#_Bingo_ PrimeFactorization.pptx – a Powerpoint with the questions and answers
#_Bingo_ PrimeFactorization _AnswerKey.docx - the questions and answers
Directions: Use these short bingo games for a quick review of prime factorization over several days. The games work well as a class warmup, and could easily be led by a student.
For a very quick review, play until a student reaches bingo. This is likely to happen within the first 6 questions. For more practice, play until several students have bingo or until someone reaches “blackout” (all their squares have been called). The questions get harder as the game progresses.
These games were created with the Q&ARemix tool, also available in my store on TeacherPayTeachers: EmiStaples Teacher Tools.