From the “multi-award winning” math author Mary Kay Beavers, we are proud to bring you the *Math Bingo Complete Pack.*

The pack comprises 10 Bingo games, which represent a fun and highly engaging method for teaching and learning math.

Each game has enough components so that as few as 2 and as many as 36 students can play simultaneously.

As they are three-dimensional physical resources, they relate particularly well to how our brains learn and also enhance important social skills.

The *Math Bingo Complete Pack *includes:

**Conceptual Bingo: Convert: Fraction-Decimal-Percent - **What a fun and creative way to practice converting! Six questions on each calling card cover fraction-decimal-percent conversion, simplifying fractions, rate, ratio, fraction of a number, percent of a number, and language. The playing cards contain a mixture of fractions, decimals and percents in a simplified form.**Conceptual Bingo: Decimals - **What a fun and creative way to learn math! 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.**Conceptual Bingo: Early Fractions: Halves-Fourths-Thirds - **Six questions on each calling card cover naming fractions, counting by fractions, adding with like denominators, improper fraction/mixed number conversion, simplifying, fraction bar as division, multiplying a fraction by a whole number, and a fraction of a number. **Conceptual Bingo: Fractions - **What a fun and creative way to learn math! Six questions on each calling card cover naming fractions, counting by fractions, adding and subtracting with like denominators, simplifying fractions, mixed number and improper fraction conversion, rate, ratio, multiplication, division, adding with unlike denominators, averaging, and language.**Conceptual Bingo: Integers - **Six calling options make this math bingo game a great bargain! The caller chooses one of six options for calling a value. The options maximise flexibility by covering numerous topics such as naming integers, interpreting integers, absolute value and opposite of integers, adding integers, subtracting integers, and multiplying and dividing integers.**Conceptual Bingo: Polynomials - **The six questions on each calling card cover naming polynomials, combining like terms, multiplying monomials, using the distributive law, multiplying binomials, factoring and dividing polynomials, and working with polynomial fractions. **Conceptual Bingo: Rational Numbers: Algebra Focus - **What a fun and creative way to learn algebra! Six questions on each calling card cover basic review of the four basic operations, exponents, and language, evaluating numerical expressions at two difficulty levels, order of operation, evaluating algebraic expressions and formulas for given values of the variable, solving linear equations and formulas at two difficulty levels.**Conceptual Bingo: Square Roots & Quadratic Equations - **Six questions on each calling card cover simplifying and operating with square-root expressions, solving quadratic equations set up for the factoring or square-root methods, preparing for the quadratic formula, solving quadratic equations in standard and non-standard form. **Conceptual Bingo: What Time Is It? - **A challenging critical-thinking activity involving time, addition, and subtraction. Six questions on each calling card cover recognizing time, going forward and backward in time at various difficulty levels, and language.**Conceptual Bingo: Whole Numbers - **What a fun and creative way to learn math! Six questions on each calling card cover naming and comparing numbers, place value and rounding, the four basic operations, averaging, and language. The playing cards contain selected numbers from 0 to 1000.

**Ages: **6-adults

## Description

From the “multi-award winning” math author Mary Kay Beavers, we are proud to bring you the *Math Bingo Complete Pack.*

The pack comprises 10 Bingo games, which represent a fun and highly engaging method for teaching and learning math.

Each game has enough components so that as few as 2 and as many as 36 students can play simultaneously.

As they are three-dimensional physical resources, they relate particularly well to how our brains learn and also enhance important social skills.

The *Math Bingo Complete Pack *includes:

**Conceptual Bingo: Convert: Fraction-Decimal-Percent - **What a fun and creative way to practice converting! Six questions on each calling card cover fraction-decimal-percent conversion, simplifying fractions, rate, ratio, fraction of a number, percent of a number, and language. The playing cards contain a mixture of fractions, decimals and percents in a simplified form.**Conceptual Bingo: Decimals - **What a fun and creative way to learn math! 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.**Conceptual Bingo: Early Fractions: Halves-Fourths-Thirds - **Six questions on each calling card cover naming fractions, counting by fractions, adding with like denominators, improper fraction/mixed number conversion, simplifying, fraction bar as division, multiplying a fraction by a whole number, and a fraction of a number. **Conceptual Bingo: Fractions - **What a fun and creative way to learn math! Six questions on each calling card cover naming fractions, counting by fractions, adding and subtracting with like denominators, simplifying fractions, mixed number and improper fraction conversion, rate, ratio, multiplication, division, adding with unlike denominators, averaging, and language.**Conceptual Bingo: Integers - **Six calling options make this math bingo game a great bargain! The caller chooses one of six options for calling a value. The options maximise flexibility by covering numerous topics such as naming integers, interpreting integers, absolute value and opposite of integers, adding integers, subtracting integers, and multiplying and dividing integers.**Conceptual Bingo: Polynomials - **The six questions on each calling card cover naming polynomials, combining like terms, multiplying monomials, using the distributive law, multiplying binomials, factoring and dividing polynomials, and working with polynomial fractions. **Conceptual Bingo: Rational Numbers: Algebra Focus - **What a fun and creative way to learn algebra! Six questions on each calling card cover basic review of the four basic operations, exponents, and language, evaluating numerical expressions at two difficulty levels, order of operation, evaluating algebraic expressions and formulas for given values of the variable, solving linear equations and formulas at two difficulty levels.**Conceptual Bingo: Square Roots & Quadratic Equations - **Six questions on each calling card cover simplifying and operating with square-root expressions, solving quadratic equations set up for the factoring or square-root methods, preparing for the quadratic formula, solving quadratic equations in standard and non-standard form. **Conceptual Bingo: What Time Is It? - **A challenging critical-thinking activity involving time, addition, and subtraction. Six questions on each calling card cover recognizing time, going forward and backward in time at various difficulty levels, and language.**Conceptual Bingo: Whole Numbers - **What a fun and creative way to learn math! Six questions on each calling card cover naming and comparing numbers, place value and rounding, the four basic operations, averaging, and language. The playing cards contain selected numbers from 0 to 1000.

**Ages: **6-adults

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