Make 10 Bingo! Ages 4+

This is a fun game to play with a partner or play by yourself.   The boys are practicing making sets of 10.  If you spin an 8 you would cover a 2 , since 8 + 2 =10.  Number sense is important because it encourages students to think flexibly and promotes confidence with numbers. A large body of research has shown that number sense develops gradually, over time, as a result of exploration of numbers, visualizing numbers in a variety of contexts, and relating to numbers in different ways. You could also use this game to work on number recognition. If you spin an 8 you would cover an 8.  

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Materials:
Make 10 Bingo printable  ( 2 spinners and 6 different number combination cards)
Color counters
Pencil
Paper Clip

Here is a video of the boys playing the game!

MAKE 10 BINGO! AGES 4+This is a fun game to play with a partner or play by yourself. The boys are practicing making sets of 10. If you spin an 8 you would cover a 2 , since 8 + 2 =10. Number sense is important because it encourages students to think flexibly and promotes confidence with numbers. A large body of research has shown that number sense develops gradually, over time, as a result of exploration of numbers, visualizing numbers in a variety of contexts, and relating to numbers in different ways. You could also use this game to work on number recognition. If you spin an 8 you would cover an 8. Get the printable here >>> https://learnasyouplay.net/shop-premium-printables/

Posted by LEARN as you PLAY- Early Childhood Activites on Monday, 17 February 2020

 

One child holds the pencil while the other child flicks the paper clip.  They are working on sets of ten. If you spin an 8 you would cover a 2 , since 8 + 2 =10.  Have the children take turns spinning.  If they spin a number and it’s counter part is already covered than the spin goes to the next child.  Have the kids keep playing until one of them get a bingo ( fill a line diagonal, vertical or horizontal).  

You could also use this game to work on number recognition. If you spin an 8 you would cover an 8.  

Here is a video of the boys playing the game! 

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