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Grades3 to 6
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This site helps students to create a Bingo board. Explicit directions are provided at the introduction to the website and include that you must use an Everything Math deck (not ...more
This site helps students to create a Bingo board. Explicit directions are provided at the introduction to the website and include that you must use an Everything Math deck (not free, but only $7.79 and please go to Amazon through TF if you decide on a purchase). Students must fill in the Bingo board with whatever numbers they choose between 2-90. This part does take a few minutes, numbers can't be repeated. Once this portion of the activity is complete, players alternate turning the cards in the deck to find a number showing on their Bingo board. Use place markers to note the number. You can reuse the same board for new games by using the place markers, or create new Bingo boards.
In the ClassroomUse this site to help your students to understand factors. Share the introduction on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Have students create their Bingo boards and play some BINGO. This is a great way to reinforce factors, as well as logic: which 25 numbers do you choose? Set up this site as a learning center at a computer cluster, or have students work on individual computers (if available). Provide this link on your class website.
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