Look at all the different ways you can use these game boards as tools in your classroom!
1. Teacher can call random numbers and students can locate the number and point it out or cover it with a bingo chip.
2. Teacher can ask the students to start at the spot where the 1 in and find all the numbers in order.
3. Teacher can use the Number Clue Cards to have students identify which number the card is referring too. (Cards for 1-50) (Cards for 1-5)
4. Roll Dice games can be used as students roll one dice and cover the number they get, or roll two dice and add them together and cover the sum. First student to cover all of their numbers wins.
5. Students can roll two dice, one representing the tens place and the other representing the ones place, then cover that number and the first student to cover all their numbers wins. (or any set amount of numbers that the teacher decides)
6. Students can race each other to find all the numbers in order on their chart using a writing utensil to cross them out as they go.
7. Students could roll dice to create multiplication problems with totals up to 50 to cover and identify the numbers.
Skills that can be addressed while playing the different versions of the games!
1. Using verbal number names to visual identify numbers 1-50.
2. Using before and after clues to identify a number.
3. Using counting patterns (2’s,4’s,5’s,6’s,10’s) to identify a number.
4. Using odd and even clues to identify a number.
5. Using place value (tens and ones) to identify a number.
6. Using addition skills to find the sum and then identify that number.
7. Using Multiplication skills to find the total and then identify that number.