In this activity, students make their own Bingo boards. To do that, each student needs the 3 pages of circles, and the two pages of words. I typically copy the circle pages 1 sided and staple them to keep them together. The words page I copy front to back.
Students should use the words page to guide them through coloring the circles. Students should color relatively neatly so they can later identify their fraction easily. The words page follows the circles in order.
Once all the pages have been color, students cut out the circles and choose 50 of the 67 randomly to place on two Bingo boards.
Place the Bingo boards into a sheet protector, or laminate for students use.
Students absolutely love creating their own boards AND they show their understanding of representing fractions in the process.
To play Bingo – cut out the 67 words and draw them randomly. As you say the word students should look for the fraction on their board. You can use the Bingo rules that you are most comfortable with.
67 fractions included:
Great activity that have been classroom tested and has had positive results.
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