Divisibility Bingo - a game to practice the tests for 2, 3, 4 and 6
This is a game for two or more players. It allows students to apply the divisibility tests for 2, 3, 4 and 6 in an engaging way & asks them a few follow-up questions about the game to extend their thinking.

Each player has his or her own bingo board (provided in the resource). Each player takes turns to roll three dice. That player can then combine the three digits in any order they want. For example, if a player rolls a 6, a 2 and a 1 then they could make the number 621, or 612, or 216, or 261, or 162 or 126. The aim of the game is to cover up (with a coin or counter) each square on the board. The winner is the first player to cover up all the squares on his or her board and shout Bingo! Players can challenge each other, with consequences for correct and incorrect challenges. The rules for the game are detailed in the resource.
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  • Divisibility-bingo---3-dice-colour-version.pdf
  • Divisibility-bingo---3-dice-B-and-W-version.pdf

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Created: Sep 30, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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