Place all cards face down in the middle of the playing area. Students each receive their own playing board and a dry erase marker or bingo chips.
Students will take turns drawing cards and telling the others in the group which fact that card represents and explaining how they know.
Example: “I know this is the commutative property of addition because the addends trade places but the sum stays the same.”
The student chooses a free space to mark on their board with the correct property. Once a student has four in a row, they win! Cards can be shuffled, boards erased, and students can play another round.