Conceptual Bingo - Decimals

$32.15

A challenging critical-thinking activity for teaching Decimals.

 

Six questions on each calling card cover naming decimals, counting by decimals, place value and rounding, converting fractions to decimals, rate, ratio, multiplication, division, and language.

 

The playing cards contain selected decimals from 0 to 8000.

 

Each game includes:

  • 36 unique playing cards
  • 61 calling cards
  • 360 plastic markers
  • and two reproducible masters to help assess and customise.
Ages: 9 to adult
 
Players: 2-36

Six Calling Options

  • Naming decimals - One and two tenths
  • Counting, place value, comparing & rounding - Which is larger, 0.12 or 1.2?
  • Adding, subtracting, missing number in an addition statement & language - 0.85 + 0.05 + 0.3
  • Multiplying & language - 0.025 times 48
  • Dividing by whole numbers, converting fractions to decimals, missing number in a multiplication statement & language - The fraction, 6 over 5, in decimal form
  • Dividing by decimals, missing number in a multiplication statement & language - 0.036 divided by 0.03


How to Play Conceptual Bingo:

  • Decide who is the caller and explain the four ways to "Bingo"
  • Give each player a playing card and about 10 markers
  • The caller shuffles the calling cards and places them face down in a pile
  • The caller draws one calling card from the pule and reads only one of the six question options on that card
  • The players look anywhere on their playing card to see if they have the answer to the question. If so, they cover that number with a marker
  • The caller places the called card face up in a new pile  
  • The caller continues to draw calling cards and calls out questions until a player says "Bingo". Then that player must call our each of the numbers that created the "Bingo". The caller checks that those numbers were called. If the numbers correspond to the questions called, that player wins the game. If not, the game continues until another "Bingo".  
  • Continue until more players call "Bingo", or continue until a player has covered a full card, or have the players exchange playing cards and start a new game.

Choking Hazard – Small parts. Not for children under 4 years.

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Description

A challenging critical-thinking activity for teaching Decimals.

 

Six questions on each calling card cover naming decimals, counting by decimals, place value and rounding, converting fractions to decimals, rate, ratio, multiplication, division, and language.

 

The playing cards contain selected decimals from 0 to 8000.

 

Each game includes:

  • 36 unique playing cards
  • 61 calling cards
  • 360 plastic markers
  • and two reproducible masters to help assess and customise.
Ages: 9 to adult
 
Players: 2-36

Six Calling Options

  • Naming decimals - One and two tenths
  • Counting, place value, comparing & rounding - Which is larger, 0.12 or 1.2?
  • Adding, subtracting, missing number in an addition statement & language - 0.85 + 0.05 + 0.3
  • Multiplying & language - 0.025 times 48
  • Dividing by whole numbers, converting fractions to decimals, missing number in a multiplication statement & language - The fraction, 6 over 5, in decimal form
  • Dividing by decimals, missing number in a multiplication statement & language - 0.036 divided by 0.03


How to Play Conceptual Bingo:

  • Decide who is the caller and explain the four ways to "Bingo"
  • Give each player a playing card and about 10 markers
  • The caller shuffles the calling cards and places them face down in a pile
  • The caller draws one calling card from the pule and reads only one of the six question options on that card
  • The players look anywhere on their playing card to see if they have the answer to the question. If so, they cover that number with a marker
  • The caller places the called card face up in a new pile  
  • The caller continues to draw calling cards and calls out questions until a player says "Bingo". Then that player must call our each of the numbers that created the "Bingo". The caller checks that those numbers were called. If the numbers correspond to the questions called, that player wins the game. If not, the game continues until another "Bingo".  
  • Continue until more players call "Bingo", or continue until a player has covered a full card, or have the players exchange playing cards and start a new game.

Choking Hazard – Small parts. Not for children under 4 years.

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SKU: SKU332534259639