Copy BINGO numbers and BINGO cards on cardstock. Pieces can easily store in a gallon zip-loc bag. I have included a cover page that you can cut out and place inside the zip-loc so you can easily see what is inside the bag.
Play just as you would traditional BINGO, except in this game, you are marking the combination to make 20. For example, if the card drawn is a 2….children would mark an 18. I have included two options for calling cards. You can begin with the 10 frames which provide a visual. When students have moved beyond needing a visual, you can use the bare number calling cards. Four in a row is the winner!
*When students still need a visual, my FAVORITE way to play is using the bare number cards and have the students each use their own 20-bead rekenrek to solve. I like giving them a hands-on opportunity to solve!
*I use this activity in small group math intervention, so there are only 5 BINGO cards in this download. We can often play several games during our lesson, so we keep track of each of their “wins” and the student with the most wins is the winner that day!