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Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value

Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value
Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value
Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value
Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value
Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value
Decimal Lingo Bingo: Learning Decimal Place Value
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Includes:
28 Bingo Boards
Calling (Showing) Cards - these can double as flash cards for math centers too!
Instructions

This fun bingo game gives students a fun way to practice place value. Use the game in math centers or use it with your whole class - there are 28 different bingo cards.

There are two sets of calling (showing) cards. The larger set can double as flashcards, helping students identify decimal place value with a partner. These would also be perfect for practice in a center apart from the game.


For complete bundle of Andy the Decimal Lessons visit, http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Andy-the-Decimal-Teaching-Students-Decimal-Place-Value



Andy the Decimal is part of The Comma Crew.

I developed The Comma Crew program after noticing that students continually had trouble reading numbers year after year. Once I started teaching that commas and decimal points had names - students had a much easier time reading numbers. So I began my quest for supplemental place value materials to use in my classroom. After finding none that adequately addressed the skill of reading numbers, I decided to come up with my own. It's been great to see all the smiles on the kids who once thought they "couldn't do math" be successful in short amount of time at reading numbers and learning the place values.

Andy the Decimal (“And” for short), was given this name because that’s what we say when we see him in numbers with a decimal! When reading a number that has counting numbers in front of the decimal point, we say “and” in place of the decimal point. (5.42 is read as “5 and 42 hundredths.)

It's fun and helps students build those important Common Core Skills!

**FOR MORE ANDY, SEE THE BULLETIN BOARD KIT, COMMA CREW BOOK, AND DESKTOP STICKERS IN MY STORE!**

www.thecommacrew.com
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62 pages
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