This simple BINGO template can be used to supplement any beginning fractions unit! A full-page BINGO template, it includes five rows of shapes divided into halves, thirds, and fourths. (There are 24 overall shapes in five rows, and one free space.) When using this template, you can instruct students to locate a shape divided into a specific fraction and shade a specific part of that fraction (i.e. "Everyone point to a shape that is divided into halves. Now shade one-half of that shape..." etc.) until all fractions are represented, or you can let the students decide which fractions to represent. Or print on card stock, color yourself (or ask a parent volunteer to help out!) and laminate for years of use. Students may play independently or in cooperative groups. This would also make a great formative assessment, resource for parents to use at home as part of a homework menu, or to reinforce skills taught in a guided math center. There is one full-page (8-1/2 x 11) BINGO board on one page. Have fun!