Shelf Elf Perfect Square Partner Bingo

Right now, my classes are review for and testing over the content we’ve learned so far. Because of this, I haven’t been able to do some of the activities that I’ve made for this shelf elf series. This one I will do, but not for a couple of days. I’m really kind of excited about having my students play this game. It is a partner bingo game. Students are given a game card, a set of tokens, and a 10-sided dice. If you do not have a classroom set of 10-sided dice, you need some. There are sooooo many things you can do with the. Students are to ¬†fill out their “bingo card” with perfect squares. One student goes first, and rolls the dice. They put a token on the square of whatever number they rolled. For instance, I would roll the dice and get 3. I would put a token on a 9 on my bingo card. If I have no 9, then I would lose my turn and it would be the next players turn to roll.

 

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Shelf elf Partner Bingo

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4 Responses to Shelf Elf Perfect Square Partner Bingo

  1. Meiriwyn says:

    the link doesn’t seem to be working…..

    • Andrea Kerr says:

      Yes. I just realized that. WordPress just had an update, and there are many glitches. I will try to work on it. If you would like to get the download now, you can go to my Teachers Pay Teachers store and find it.

      • Meiriwyn says:

        Thanks for getting the link fixed so quickly – I appreciate the sharing of this idea as I too teach 5/6′s, and so many cute things out there are for younger students. I love your creativity and appreciate you helping to make my math classes more fun. Have a great holiday season and wonderful new year,
        Meiri

        • Andrea Kerr says:

          How absolutely sweet of you for the compliments and for even commenting on my blog. I sometimes wonder if anyone is out there, or if I’m just doing this for myself. I am so glad that you are able to use these activities! Almost every thing I make and put on here are things that I am doing with my own students, and I know that they love them.

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