I am including 6 different versions of this bingo game however THEY ALL USE THE SAME PROBLEMS.
The first version I have included is set up to allow easier differentiation within the classroom. This version will leave all problems “called” up on the board so that students will be able to get extra help, fall behind or check their work without disrupting the flow of the game. The new problem will be posted in blue and each slide change will make a sound to notify students that a new problem has been posted.
Versions 2-6 will all use the same problems but in a different order incase you would like to play the game more than once. These slides will only show the problem once encouraging students to stay engaged and keep up.
Students will put any integers from -20 to 20 anywhere on their game board and may not move them once they have been written. When everyone is ready, all you have to do is play the attached presentation.
I have included a number line and a space to do work on their gameboard. I find that the number line helps many students gain a better understanding of adding and subtracting integers.
I play this several times throughout the year because I always find those pesky integer operations are the biggest struggle for
7th and 8th grade students.
I hope your students enjoy this as much as mine do!
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