Pokemon Multiplication and Division Bingo comes with 32 different Bingo game boards. Enough for the whole class to have their own unique Bingo board. Each board has a random arrangement of 24 numbers, which are answers to the math problem cards in either the multiplication deck or the division deck. Pokemon Game chips are included and so are Pokemon cards. Each student that gets a Bingo catches a Pokemon and draws one at random from the Pokemon card deck. The goal of the game is to catch the most Pokemon. This game is great for reviewing multiplication and division math skills as a class, in teams, or small group while enjoying the game of Pokemon Go Bingo. If you need to cover adding and subtracting math skills, see my "Pokemon Adding and Subtracting Bingo Game" HERE!
The Bingo boards look best in color but look fine printed in black and white. This 39 page product covers basic multiplication and division through the game of Bingo. The age range is 2nd grade through 5th grade or any students who need additional practice with multiplying and dividing. This product includes all the following:
32 different Bingo boards
sized 5.25 X 5.25. Each board has a different arrangement of numbers and graphics, so that a whole class of students can use it at once without anyone having identical Bingo cards. The boards can be divided into the three Pokemon teams – Mystic, Valor, and Instinct. The boards have symbols indicating which team it belongs to if you choose to use teams.
3 pages of Pokeball chips
that can be cutout and used on the playing boards. There are 96 of them on each page. They’re color coded red, blue, and gold for the three Pokemon Go teams. This is a lot of cutting, so you can also just use pennies, cheerios, or other small objects for game pieces.
92 multiplication math problem cards
to be cutout shuffled and drawn at random. The cards have problems on them like 3 x 2, so that students then have to think of the answer and then look over their Bingo board to see if that number is on their board. You want to keep a separate pile of already drawn cards to track what numbers were covered, so you can confirm that a student actually got Bingo and is doing their math correctly.
116 division math problem cards
to be cutout and shuffled and drawn at random. The Bingo boards do have some repeating numbers because different math problems can yield the same answer, like 8 divided by 2 and 40 divided by 10 both equal 4, so you have to tell students that only one chip can go on their board per turn, otherwise they may think if their board has five on it twice then they can put two chips down that turn.
48 Pokémon cards.
One to be chosen at random out of a bucket or bin after a student gets a Bingo. For example, a student gets five across, yells “BINGO!” and then they get to draw a Pokemon card that will say on it what Pokemon they caught. Every time a student gets a Bingo they catch a Pokemon. The object of the game is not only to just get Bingo but to be the Pokémon master that catches the most Pokemon. There are two wild cards that allow a student to catch three Pokémon at once to help keep things competitive. You could have the class play to the first student to get three Bingo or the first team to reach 10. There are plenty of play options. This part of the game is optional. You don’t need to use the Pokemon cards to play. It’s just an extra incentive for the kids.
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1. Pokemon Go Adding and Subtracting Bingo Game with 272 math cards
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5. 12 editable Pokeball styles - 3 of the same per page
6. 9 Pokemon Bulletin Boarder styles
7. Large Editable Pokeball name tags on 21 pages
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The product is 39 pages long, so to put it all together in its complete glory will require a lot of printing, laminating, and cutting. If you have any parent volunteers or helpful family members, you’ll want to enlist them to help putting this all together for repeat class use. Feedback appreciated. Enjoy!
The style and design of this product are my own. The Pokemon characters are open use art from http://all-free-download.com/. I do not take ownership of the Pokemon characters and you cannot reproduce them without crediting their original source. The Pokemon characters are creations of the Pokemon Company from Japan.