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Percents, Fractions and Decimals Bingo

My students love playing Bingo! I figured the perfect way to review for our upcoming percents, fractions and decimals test was to play my students' favorite game! I give my kids blank bingo board a...
  • Christina Lee

    Have students fill out their own BINGO board - Give students 25 (fractions/decimals/percents) to put somewhere on their board. Come up with the numbers together. Have each student pick where they go so they would all be different.

  • Lisa Rasche

    blank bingo cards

  • Valerie Brown

    Fraction, Decimal, Percent Bingo - love how the kids make their own boards

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