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Multiplication Bingo

Practice the times tables with this version of classic bingo.
 

Learning Benefits

Hover over each Learning Benefit below for a detailed explanation.
Problem Solving
Multiplying and Dividing

What you need: 

  • printable bingo sheets (see below) 
  • printable problem cards
  • pencils, markers, crayons, or small counters like coins or jellybeans

What to do: 
1. Print the bingo sheets:

 

2. Cut the problem cards on the dotted lines to create a deck for you to hold.

3. Ask each child to select a bingo sheet. 

4. Shuffle the problem deck. 

5. Call out an equation. Kids should solve the problem in their heads, then check their sheet to see if the answer is there. 

6. When a child has the answer her sheet, she can draw an "X" over it or place a counter on the correct box. 

7. The first player to have five correct answers in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally has "bingo!"

8. Use blank bingo sheets and problem cards to create new problems and answers of your own.

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