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These editable PowerPoint BINGO review activities are aligned to all 7th grade Common Core standards. They have been divided up into the five strands: Ratios and Proportional Relationships, The Number System, Expressions & Equations, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. Perfect for standardized test prep, end of year 7th grade review, or beginning of the year 8th grade review.

Products included in this bundle:

BINGO: Ratios and Proportional Relationships Review

BINGO: The Number System Review

BINGO: Expressions and Equations Review

BINGO: Geometry Review

BINGO: Statistics and Probability Review

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Students work in cooperative groups to review how to:

-compute unit rates involving fractions.

-compute unit rates found within real world problems.

-determine whether a relationship is proportional.

-identify the constant of proportionality given a table or graph.

-represent proportional relationships by equations.

-describe the meaning of a point on a graph.

-calculate percent problems involving tax, discount, markups, and simple interest.

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions.

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals.

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers.

-identify the meaning of integers in real scenarios.

-combine like terms.

-distribute and factor.

-rewrite an expression in different forms.

-evaluate expressions involving rational numbers.

-solve real world problems involving rational numbers.

-evaluate the reasonableness of answers.

-solve two-step equations and inequalities.

-solve word problems involving two-step equations and inequalities.

-solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures.

-draw geometric shapes given conditions.

-identify two-dimensional shapes that result from slicing a three-dimensional figure.

-find area and circumference of circles.

-write and solve basic equations based on angle relationships.

-determine area of composite two-dimensional figures.

-determine volume and surface area of three-dimensional prisms.

-identify bias in certain sampling methods.

-understand that random sampling results in a representative sample and can be used to make predictions and/or generalizations about the population.

-determine measures of center and use the information to compare data sets.

-determine the mean absolute deviation of data sets and use this data to compare.

-construct and interpret line plots to compare data sets.

-identify whether the probability is likely, unlikely, or neither.

-understand the relationship between experimental probability and theoretical probability.

-calculate simple probability.

-calculate compound probability.

-determine the number of outcomes using an organized list and tree diagram.

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Included in this product:

-5 BINGO games each with 18 review questions aligned to the CCSS (with answers)

-BINGO board

-Number Cards 1-24 (directions for use included)

-Teacher's Guide with objectives, materials, and procedure

To play, group students into teams of 4-5. Pass out mini-whiteboards to each student, if available. Each group gets a BINGO board, which they should fill in with the numbers 1-24 in random order. Each student in a group is assigned a number 1-5.

For each slide, students collaborate quietly to ensure all students understand and are able to arrive at the correct answer. Once an appropriate amount of time has been provided to answer the question, call out one of the numbers you assigned at the beginning of class (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). The student in each group with that number must hold up their whiteboard. If they are correct, their group gets credit for the question. If they are incorrect, their group does not get credit for the question even if other students in the group had the correct answer. Encourage students to help each other out!

To determine how students who received credit for the question will cross off a square on the BINGO board, draw a card from the pile of the 1-24 cards (included in this product). Repeat for all other slides or as time allows.

This product is a zip file. The instructions, BINGO board, and numbers are in a PDF file. The PowerPoint game is editable to adjust to the needs of your own students. The slides are horizontal for optimal projection.

Teach 7th grade math? Consider this incredible deal: 7th Grade Math MEGA (Growing) Bundle

Get all 8th Grade BINGO Review Games here:

8th Grade Math Common Core-Aligned Standardized Prep BINGO Games

You might also like:

7th Grade Math Review Task Cards

CCSS Grades 7/8 Math Pre-Assessment and Post-Assessment

7th Grade Math Review Scavenger Hunt

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Copyright Information and Terms of Use:

The purchase of this product entitles a single user to reproduce the resource for classroom use only. Discounted additional licenses can be purchased if you wish to share with other teachers. The product is for educational use only. The product may not be used for commercial purposes or resold in any form. It cannot be uploaded to the Internet, including school websites.

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Products included in this bundle:

BINGO: Ratios and Proportional Relationships Review

BINGO: The Number System Review

BINGO: Expressions and Equations Review

BINGO: Geometry Review

BINGO: Statistics and Probability Review

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Students work in cooperative groups to review how to:

-compute unit rates involving fractions.

-compute unit rates found within real world problems.

-determine whether a relationship is proportional.

-identify the constant of proportionality given a table or graph.

-represent proportional relationships by equations.

-describe the meaning of a point on a graph.

-calculate percent problems involving tax, discount, markups, and simple interest.

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions.

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals.

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers.

-identify the meaning of integers in real scenarios.

-combine like terms.

-distribute and factor.

-rewrite an expression in different forms.

-evaluate expressions involving rational numbers.

-solve real world problems involving rational numbers.

-evaluate the reasonableness of answers.

-solve two-step equations and inequalities.

-solve word problems involving two-step equations and inequalities.

-solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures.

-draw geometric shapes given conditions.

-identify two-dimensional shapes that result from slicing a three-dimensional figure.

-find area and circumference of circles.

-write and solve basic equations based on angle relationships.

-determine area of composite two-dimensional figures.

-determine volume and surface area of three-dimensional prisms.

-identify bias in certain sampling methods.

-understand that random sampling results in a representative sample and can be used to make predictions and/or generalizations about the population.

-determine measures of center and use the information to compare data sets.

-determine the mean absolute deviation of data sets and use this data to compare.

-construct and interpret line plots to compare data sets.

-identify whether the probability is likely, unlikely, or neither.

-understand the relationship between experimental probability and theoretical probability.

-calculate simple probability.

-calculate compound probability.

-determine the number of outcomes using an organized list and tree diagram.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Included in this product:

-5 BINGO games each with 18 review questions aligned to the CCSS (with answers)

-BINGO board

-Number Cards 1-24 (directions for use included)

-Teacher's Guide with objectives, materials, and procedure

To play, group students into teams of 4-5. Pass out mini-whiteboards to each student, if available. Each group gets a BINGO board, which they should fill in with the numbers 1-24 in random order. Each student in a group is assigned a number 1-5.

For each slide, students collaborate quietly to ensure all students understand and are able to arrive at the correct answer. Once an appropriate amount of time has been provided to answer the question, call out one of the numbers you assigned at the beginning of class (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). The student in each group with that number must hold up their whiteboard. If they are correct, their group gets credit for the question. If they are incorrect, their group does not get credit for the question even if other students in the group had the correct answer. Encourage students to help each other out!

To determine how students who received credit for the question will cross off a square on the BINGO board, draw a card from the pile of the 1-24 cards (included in this product). Repeat for all other slides or as time allows.

This product is a zip file. The instructions, BINGO board, and numbers are in a PDF file. The PowerPoint game is editable to adjust to the needs of your own students. The slides are horizontal for optimal projection.

Teach 7th grade math? Consider this incredible deal: 7th Grade Math MEGA (Growing) Bundle

Get all 8th Grade BINGO Review Games here:

8th Grade Math Common Core-Aligned Standardized Prep BINGO Games

You might also like:

7th Grade Math Review Task Cards

CCSS Grades 7/8 Math Pre-Assessment and Post-Assessment

7th Grade Math Review Scavenger Hunt

**************************************************************************

☺ Earn TpT credits to use toward future purchases by providing feedback for paid products. (Feedback on free products is also greatly appreciated!)

☺ Follow me to receive notifications when new products are posted. This will help you secure the 50% discount available for the first 48 hours. You will also receive occasional messages alerting you to sales, promotions, and other exciting news.

☺ Don’t quite see what you are looking for? Leave me a note in the “Ask a Question” tab. I would be happy to create a product to meet the needs of you and your students.

Copyright Information and Terms of Use:

The purchase of this product entitles a single user to reproduce the resource for classroom use only. Discounted additional licenses can be purchased if you wish to share with other teachers. The product is for educational use only. The product may not be used for commercial purposes or resold in any form. It cannot be uploaded to the Internet, including school websites.

© Free to Discover (Amanda Nix)

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