•Using the 4 x 4 grid provided (or getting the pupils to draw out their own boxes), get the pupils to write down 12 numbers in each box from 0 - 30.
•Call out the answers in question form, e.g. “15 + 6” and get the pupils to mark off each number as they get it.
•NB: This can be done with any range of numbers.
This can also be done in reverse.
•Decide on a range of numbers to use, e.g. 0 - 30.
•Get the pupils to write their own questions, such as “7 + 5”.
•Have the pupils swap sheets so that they have a different sheet to use.
•Call out numbers, and get the pupils to mark off each number as they get.
This can also be used with times tables using a smaller 3x3 grid.
•Using the times table you want to look at, get the pupils to write down answers of times table questions in the boxes provided, such as “5, 10, 15 etc”. As a teacher, say aloud the question, e.g. “5 x 3” and get the pupil to mark off each answer as they get it.
•This can also be done in reverse, e.g. getting the pupils to write down the questions, such as “5 x 3” and as a teacher, say aloud the answer of a times table question, for example: “15” and get the pupil to mark off the answer as they get it.
•NB: This is also a good activity to do with one of the class acting as the teacher.
Also great to improve listening skills.
•Bingo sheets for both Math Bingo and Table Bingo
•Bingo balls for times tables 3-9 and 11-12
•Bingo balls for range 0-30
•Blank Bingo balls