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Rounding Bingo to Nearest 100!

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Bingo is a fun game to practice and review a concept. It can be played in a small group, an independent math group, or as a whole class working with a partner. In this particular game, you may choose to print on cardstock and then laminating it so students may use dry erase markers to indicate their matches. You may also choose to print it off on regular paper and using sheet protectors again, using dry erase markers to indicate matches.

With this game, you may choose to use it as a whole class, having students work with a partner to identify the nearest hundreds place that a given number would round to. It also works well for small independent math groups as well as guided math groups.

The calling cards can be separated so you could call out numbers that will always round up or round down, depending on abilities and choice. The dark blue calling cards are for rounding up to the nearest hundred and the purple calling cards are for rounding down to the nearest hundred. This is an excellent form of scaffolding or re-teaching for struggling students and would work best in small, teacher led groups.


This game comes with:
Directions
12 individual game boards
1 set of 45 calling cards for rounding up to the nearest 100
1 set of 45 calling cards for rounding down to the nearest 100

Total Pages
19
Answer Key
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