Bingo for practising Number Bonds for numbers 1-30 in small groups.

R67.50

This is great for practicing number bonds in a fun, interactive way with your students. They will be able to practice quick fact recognition as they look for the sums on their boards that equal the numbers you call out.

In Number Bonds Bingo for numbers 1-30 for SMALL GROUPS you will get 6 Bingo Boards.

Each Board has 16 blocks, with different sums that add up to the numbers from 1 to 30. When you call out a number from a Calling Card, your students must look for a sum on their Boards that equals the number called. They then cover that block with a Playing Square. Play continues until somebody has four blocks covered in a row and calls out BINGO!

In this resource, you will get:

• 6 different Bingo Boards with sums that equal the numbers from 1 to 30.
• 30 Calling Cards with numbers from 1 to 30
• 1 page with Playing Squares (these are optional, they could be replaced with manipulatives such as counters or buttons – or otherwise the students could just mark squares on their Boards with dry erase markers)
• Other pages: Cover page, Contents (Clickable for easy use), Preparation and How to play

All Bingo Boards, Calling Cards and Playing Squares come in both colour and BW.

If you check out this FREEBIE, you can try out my Number Bonds Bingo for Numbers 26-30 for Small Groups and see what you think.

You may like to take a look at my other Number Bonds resources and my other products in my store.

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I studied to teach Foundation Phase, and while I was studying I majored in Mathematics. I soon discovered that this was what I truly enjoyed, and ended up teaching high school maths instead. After 5 years of teaching, I moved to a new school and found myself teaching both Maths and Science. I love making learning as fun as possible. I hope that the resources I create will help other teachers to have more fun in class with their learners, while teaching and reinforcing valuable concepts at the same time.