**CHECK OUT MY DECEMBER EDITION FOR FREE**
Click Here -------> Monthly Math Bingo Challenge **December Edition**
Math Levels: Grade level to slightly challenging for 4th and 5th and review for 6th and 7th grade.
Monthly Math Bingo Challenge is not your everyday bingo game. It’s full of quick, 5-15 minute challenges that are engaging to students and require a higher level of thinking than your average bingo game. Students love the self selection, and the variation of the challenges keep them on task and interested. While teachers can use our Monthly Math Bingo Challenge in a variety of ways, some popular ways include:
•Enrichment & Intervention Time – This is a great tool to use to keep your class engaged independently while you pull students for small group work.
•Homework – Not a fan of homework? Have a hard time getting kids to bring it or even do it? This is a great alternative to traditional homework. Use it everyday or change it up and substitute it for one day of traditional homework each week.
•Extra Credit – This is a great tool to give students the opportunity to get some extra credit. Give them extra credit for completing it in it’s entirety or give them a point for each one they complete.
•Centers –Put it in one center for students to choose from or cut it up and put a different task at each center. Regardless of how you use it, it provides several weeks of ready to go center ideas that take very little prep and make your life a lot easier.
•Early Finish Work – We all have that one student who gets done before everyone else and asks, “What do I do now?” Well, with this, they always have something else to do. You keep your sanity and they stay out of mischief.
•Morning Work – Monthly Math Bingo Challenge makes great morning work! Have students select a task each day or select a task for the whole class to do depending on what you’ve been doing in math.
•Substitute Work – Substituting is hard work. Getting ready for a substitute is hard also! This may save you and your sub’s sanity by making sub plans a breeze and keeping the kids engaging while you are gone.
Included in this Download
•This bingo card has 25 seasonal challenges that require students to problem solve, research, and review math skills all while being more engaging that a regular old worksheet.
•The answer sheet has room for the students to record their work and answers for 5 problems. (Enough to get a bingo.) If a student goes for a blackout, they can use lined paper and staple it to their answer sheet.
•This is an optional homework pass you can use to entice students into working towards a bingo.
•This is an optional homework pass for those who complete the entire bingo card.
•Similar in looks to the homework pass, however, this one is blank and can be used anyway you want!
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Before using: Each time I hand one of these out, or at least the first couple times, I take about 10 minutes to go through any of the challenges that might need additional explaining or clarification. For example, on challenges where I have asked them to research, we discuss what we might search for to help us find the information we need. Or, on problems where it says "use a local sales ad/website/etc" to find information, we discuss our specific option in our town. I find taking a few minutes at the beginning saves a lot of time later.