MENTAL MATH BINGO
In this activity students will get to practice their mental math skills and have fun!
Students will receive provided math bingo cards and fill each box with random numbers between one and twenty. The teacher will read the math bingo questions and students can use scratch paper to solve quickly!
An example of a math bingo question is:
-Start by asking how many inches are in a foot
-Divide that number by 2
-Add the number of pennies in a nickel
-Subtract the number of sides in a square
THE ANSWER IS SEVEN.
My middle school teacher used to do this and I always had so much fun! With my own students, I sometimes like to play blackout instead of bingo so all their squares need to be marked on their cards before they win.