This is a ready to print Multiplication practice Bingo resource for your students, with no need for you to call out or guide the game! Once you've made copies of the worksheets and passed them out, the students work through the game by answering multiplication problems. When they arrive at a product of 20, they simply color over that square on their paper. Five in a row across, up and down, or diagonal wins the game.
Included in this Multiplication Bingo Self-Guided Game is a teaching guide page with instructions for printing, 12 different game board worksheets for students, and 12 full-sized answer key sheets (so that students can correct their own papers or a partner's papers). You choose how many students will win Bingo, how many will just get some multiplication practice playing on a non-winning board, and how many will get a differentiated game board that only includes times tables from zero to three. It's all up to you and easy to sort through quickly by checking the shape at the bottom of the page.
It's our suggestion that you use this game to buy yourself a moment to take a breath or send a quick email, while simultaneously being a superb math teacher who provides fun ways for the students to practice their multiplication facts!
Self-Guided Multiplication Bingo
This set of activities will be delivered digitally after checkout and a link to download will be sent to the email address you provide. The file is a PDF and a printed copy will not be provided. You may print for student use, or share with children on any device that has the capability to open PDF files.
This series of activity sheets was created to help students practice and remember their multiplication facts. The activity is designed to be appealing, memorable, and fun. We find that its this type of resource that works well as independent work or homework for students in elementary school grades.
Designed to be used with students in Grade 3, or students at any age who are learning multiplication facts.