Have a great time with your students implementing an easy to use bingo game in your classes! This game is a practice for the skill of reducing fractions.
Teachers! All you have to do is print out the bingo card for the students and run the this powerpoint presentation! Enjoy!
El Mister Avila’s Rules for Ultimate Bingo:
Each students get a bingo cards, but students can be arranged to support each other in cooperative groups.
Students create their own unique bingo card by taking the answers at the bottom of the page into the 24 spaces on the bingo card in whatever order they choose.
Teacher shows one problem from the powerpoint so students can solve.
Students find the answer and cross it out on their bingo card.
I typically give prizes for the first 5 or 6 people that get a five in a row bingo.
The game ends when with the first student who gets a “9 box” or in other words, a 3 by 3 square. Typically around 17 problems.