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Bingo is an ever-popular game that can be played individually or by a group of players. Children can practise the multiplication facts through 10 times 10 and have fun at the same time! Mastery of the multiplication facts will help your child be successful with more difficult multiplication problems and with division.

GM013 12.49

Bingo: Multiplication Facts

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Bingo is an ever-popular game that can be played individually or by a group of players. Children can practise the multiplication facts through 10 times 10 and have fun at the same time! Mastery of the multiplication facts will help your child be successful with more difficult multiplication problems and with division.

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Bingo for Fun and Learning

Bingo is an ever-popular game that can be played individually or by a group of players. Children can practise the multiplication facts through 10 times 10 and have fun at the same time! Mastery of the multiplication facts will help your child be successful with more difficult multiplication problems and with division.

Directions for Playing Bingo

Look inside the box cover for directions and game variations.

Contents

  • 36 bingo cards
  • 100 calling cards
  • Bingo markers

Using Bingo Cards for Practicing Facts

  • Use the Bingo calling cards as mini-flash cards to increase the child's skill and speed with multiplication facts.
  • Ask a child to select several multiplication fact calling cards. For each card, have the child arrange pennies, paper clips, or other counters to show the fact. (For example, to show 5 x 3 = 15, the child would arrange the counters in five rows with three in each row).
  • Make up a simple story problem (based on the facts on the calling cards) to use instead of the calling cards. Have the child listen to each problem and mark the answer if it is on his or her Bingo card.
  • Give a child the bingo card. Have the child point to a number and think of a multiplication fact that has that number for its answer.