Australian Money Bingo Game

Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
Australian Money Bingo Game
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Australian Money Bingo Game. The “Australian Money Piggybank Bingo Game” includes a set of 6 Australian Money Bingo Boards (6 colour and 6 black and white) and 11 Bingo calling cards. The following Australian coins and notes are included; 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, 1 dollar, 2 dollars, 5 dollars, 10 dollars, 20 dollars, 50 dollars and 100 dollars. This game links to the Australian curriculum outcome: Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value (ACMNA017). A fun, hands on activity to develop recognition of Australian Money.

Assembly Instructions: To construct the “Australian Money Piggybank Bingo Game” print out all 6 colour bingo mats and bingo calling cards onto white paper or cardstock. When printing select printing option “fit to page”. Individually cut out the bingo calling cards, then laminate the calling cards and bingo mats for durability. Alternatively, the 6 black and white bingo boards can be printed out onto white paper for students to colour in or mark with a bingo dabber.

How to play: This game is designed for 2-6 players. Each student is to have an “Australian Money Piggybank” bingo board and counters or a bingo marker/ coloured pencils. All the bingo calling cards are to be placed faced down in the centre in a container or a basket. Students take turns to select a bingo calling card. They are to identify the Australian coin or note value shown on the bingo calling card. If a player has the coin or note displayed on their Piggybank bingo board they place a counter on the corresponding amount shown on their bingo board. Alternatively students can use the black and white version to colour in or mark the corresponding amount shown on their bingo board with a bingo dabber or pencil. When a player has filled all spaces on their bingo board they call out “Bingo”. The game continues until the last player has filled all the spaces on their bingo board and called “Bingo”.

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17 pages
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