Included are two blank tables, on which numbers, letters, coordinates a combination of both or ANYTHING else can be written.
Uses: There are many!
1) Bingo: One way I implement them is to have a table for me, with numbers written on them, and I call out the numbers. Students will fill out their own personal table with the same numbers in any location they want until the table is filled. Then play bingo until someone wins the game. Because no two tables are alike, it is improbable that any two people will win bingo at the same time in the same classroom.
2) Battleship: Write coordinates on both papers. Make sure that the students who are paired together cannot see the other's paper. They can play battleship by calling out the numbers in Spanish to help practice numbers.