Object of the game: Get five numbers in a row by making a ten with the number called by the teacher. Choose numbers randomly or use playing cards.
Includes 2 sets of 10 cards to suit your ink level comfort zone. Each card depicts assorted characters and numbers.
As bingo cards include at least 2 of each number, students using the same cards may get different bingo results depending on placement of their tokens.
Use 3 ways:
1. Use counters or tiles to cover the numbers.
2. Use as a hard copy, pencil and paper formative.
3. Place in sheet protectors and use dry erase markers. I prefer this as the students can write the number called on the space and I can easily check for accuracy. Example page is included.
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