# Math Bingo Game

Yes, math can and should be enjoyable...lots of fun at times.   A math bingo game turns learning math into an exciting experience kids will love.  And they'll keep coming back for more!

Got Bingo Math Game?

If not, you're missing out on a fun way to get your students engaged in math.  Works great for small groups of kids or the math classroom.

Use Bingo For Any Math Topic

You'll find the addition bingo cards below. Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division Bingo Cards coming real soon. Stay tuned!

Bingo math motivates students to learn addition and subtraction.  Or multiplication and division.  Why stop there - Fractions, algebra, geometry, etc.  Bingo will put a fun twist on just about any math topic.

Materials: Bingo card for each player (for up to 20 students), Bingo equation cards, about 20 markers for each player ( can use coins or bingo chips etc. )

Preparation: Print of the bingo cards and equation cards.  Cut out the equation cards as well as each of the bingo cards.  If possible, it's a good idea to laminate the bingo cards and equation cards so you use over and over again.

How to Play Math Bingo

• Each player gets a bingo card.
• Decide who the caller will be.  The caller is responsible for calling the bingo questions and is not a player in the game.  So the most likely person to be the caller is either the teacher or parent.
• The caller should remind each player to cover their Free Space with one of their markers.
• The caller will have a pre-made list of math questions related to whatever math topic the bingo game is covering.  The caller reads off one question at a time and allow the players to put their markers on one of the squares on their card if the answer matches.
• If a player does not have a number on their card that is the answer to the question, they do not put a marker down for that question.
• Play continues until someone has placed 5 markers across a row of their card, down a column of their card, or across a diagonal.  The first player to mark off one of these patterns is the winner of the game.
• After a player has declared to be the winner, the caller should Check the winner's card to make sure the player actually put markers down on the answers that match the questions that were called out.  If all their answers check, congratulations are in order.
• As soon as they have put their last marker down, they should stand up and say “BINGO!”
• Continue playing if you desire to have more than one winner.  This is a way to have multiple winners.  Just continue the game as above while the first winner waits for the next game.

I'm sure you realize the value of bringing fun into math when possible with games like bingo and others.  Some schools have already started math clubs that compete against other schools.

Play Math Bingo Game Online

Since kids love to play games on the internet, a math bingo game is no exception.  Check out this cool Online Bingo Math Game.

So if you're on the lookout for math activities your child to enjoy, a bingo game with math is a pretty cool and and very inexpensive way of engaging your child's mind with math.

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