How are kids supposed to get excited about converting fractions and decimals to percents? By playing Bingo, that's how!
As stated on the first page of this document, you just distribute the Bingo cards to your students. Have them choose numbers at random from 1 - 60 and write them on the cards. As the teacher, select numbers from the attached list at random. Read the text beside each number, but don't read the actual number itself aloud. If a student has the number on his/her card, the student should make an X on that square.
For example, you would read "the decimal 0.31 as a percent", and if the students had 31 on their bingo card, they would mark it. Or, you would read "the fraction 23 out of 50 as a percent" and if they students had 46 on their card, they would mark it.
Standard Bingo rules apply. It's that easy!
Want more practice activities for converting fractions and decimals to percents? Check out the Hidden Picture Combo Pack
, or the Math Art
activity with fractions, decimals, and percents.