There is nothing fancy about this versatile activity. Just print and play! There are 25 unique bingo cards included in this activity. It can be used as an individual center activity, with a partner, small group, or play as a whole class
The only thing you have to prepare is one special cube per pair, table, student, etc… (depending on how you intend to use it) labeled with the numbers 4,5,6,7,8,9, or with dot representations for 4,5,6,7,8 and 9 – depending on the age and ability of your students. I use blank wooden cubes to make special dice for such games.
Regular bingo rules apply – students take turns rolling one cube and tracing one number per turn to match what they rolled. I have my students use crayon to trace the number rolled so that they can clearly see what has been traced – and no yellow crayon. If their cube falls on the floor, they lose their turn