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I created bingo starters to make lessons more fun but also to allow me to check all class understanding of a topic.

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving solving simple algebraic problems.
There are 20 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving Circle Geometry
There are 26 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving writing numbers in standard for as well as writing numbers that are in standard form out in full.
There are 20 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving multiplying directed numbers, including indices.
There are 34 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
I have added squares and cubes to the end of the bingo, so depending on your class you could change the order of the slides to reflect their ability.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving dividing by powers of 10.
The resource includes a worksheet linked to the bingo (including teacher answer sheet).
There are 20 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving multiplying and dividing by powers of 10
There are 24 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving rounding to one and two decimal places.
There are 20 different questions on rounding to one and two decimal places. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving finding number bonds to 100.
There are 20 different questions. A great resource for weaker students. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Collection of fun bingos consentrating on testing students ability to recall number bonds.
Number bonds to 1.
Number bonds to 10.
Number bonds to 100.
Number bonds to 1000.

By andrewgorman

- 4 Resource Bundle
- $3.96

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving rounding to significant figures.
There are 20 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
The activity also has a worksheet linked to the Bingo questions, with answers on separate slide.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Three fun rounding bingos to test students ability to round numbers to decimal places, significant figures or a mixture of both.

By andrewgorman

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $3.96

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving order of operation (BIDMAS or BODMAS).
The activity also includes a worksheet linked to the bingo (answers provided on separate page).
There are 20 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving finding number bonds to 1000.
There are 20 different questions. A great resource for weaker students. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving finding the number bonds to 1
There are 20 different questions. Great activity for weaker students. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving in finding number bonds to 10.
There are 20 different questions A great activity for weaker students. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving finding 10% and 1% of an amount.
There are 20 different questions on finding 10% or 1% of an amount. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving finding the fraction of a quantity.
There are 24 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving percentage of a quantity.
There are 24 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (1)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving multiplying by multiples of 10
There are 24 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving simplifying ratios.
There are 21 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64

Starter activity in PowerPoint involving rounding to either decimal places or significant figures.
The activity also has a worksheet at the end (answers provided) as a additional resource.
There are 20 different questions of varying degrees of difficulty. All question slides have animated answers.
How to play
Get students to draw a 3x3 grid in their books, then select 9 numbers between 1 and 20 from the larger grid (NO REPEATS).
Select a student to answer a question (the answer is animated in when you next interact with the board) if they get it right, they get to cross off one of their numbers from their grid (any student with the same number can also cross off that number). Cross off all 9 and BINGO.....they win. What do they win, you decide (I hand out pens sometimes or get the rest of the class to give a round of applause).
I've made it sound more complicated than it really is. This activity is great as a starter or as a plenary as well as testing prior knowledge.
Hope you like.

By andrewgorman

- (0)
- $2.64