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Add some energy to reviewing the principles of physics – just add Motion, Forces, & Energy Bingo to the formula!
Students try to find the answers to questions on their game card. When they have five in a row, they call “Bingo!” When the answers are verified as correct, they win. If not, they clear their game cards off and start again. Includes 30 game cards, 75 question cards, chips, and an answer key.
Pull a card and let the fun begin. These cards challenge students to use Zome components to build intriguing models. Includes 20 standards-based challenges for students ages 6 to 16, ranging from basic to out of the ordinary.
Mastering whole numbers, common factors, ordering fractions, plotting points, angles, and other math concepts isn’t a chore – it’s a game! Students earn points and move around the game board by correctly answering the questions on the review cards. Play continues until all players reach the finish, and the one with the most points wins the game.
Includes 25 sets of review cards (each set has different questions for a total of 750 questions), 12 colorful and double-sided game boards, 12 dice, 36 game pieces, a Windows CD-ROM with interactive presentation, and an online subscription. Choose the appropriate grade level for your class.
Going beyond mere naming and computation to cover math concepts and language, Conceptual Bingo offers flexibility as well as learning fun. The calling cards provide six different ways to call out the numbers. This adds the flexibility to cover many topics with this one game – a great value for the classroom or home! Choose from one of three varieties: Fractions, Decimals, and Integers. Each game includes 36 playing cards, 360 plastic markers, more than 50 calling cards, and reproducible student sheets.
Conceptual Bingo – FractionsFractions are a pivotal point in math education. Conceptual Bingo helps students grasp topics such as naming and computing fractions, counting by fractions, fraction and operation concepts, and averaging.
Conceptual Bingo – IntegersStudents a little glum about learning integers? Pep them up with Conceptual Bingo! They’ll learn to compute, interpret, and compare integers – plus learn the opposite and absolute values of a number – while trying to win the game.
Conceptual Bingo – DecimalsDon’t go dotty – Conceptual Bingo easily teaches students to compare and round decimals, to convert fractions to decimals, to understand operation concepts, and much more!