Simplifying Fractions Bingo Printable
Make it easy for kids to learn and simplify fractions with this Simplifying Fractions Bingo Game. This is one of the great ways to practice their math and fractions skills, while enjoying learning.
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A fun math activity, this Simplifying Fractions Bingo is great way for children to practice simplifying fractions.
Make math fun for kids with this free printable Simplifying Bingo Game. They get to simplify math fractions listed on the calling sheet that comes with this bingo game.
SIMPLIFYING FRACTIONS BINGO PRINTABLE
In this Simplifying Fractions Bingo, kids have to find the simplest form of complicated fractions.
Calling sheet that comes with this bingo has complex fractions listed that you can cut out and show them a complex fraction like 12/16 and make them simplify so that arrive at 6/8.
They can further simplify and make it 3/4.
So how do they simplify these fractions?
They start with finding the greatest common factor. This largest number will divide the numerator and denominator equally.
When kids understand the basic concept of math, they find it fun to solve such complex numbers.
What a fun way to review and practice fractions!
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This is one of those fun and educational activities for 3rd and 4th graders that they are sure to enjoy.
You can play this Printable Fractions Bingo Game with your student in school or homeschool or with kids at home.
What’s included in the package?
This package comes with 10 unique Fractions bingo cards and a calling sheet.
Although anyone can play these Simplifying Fractions Bingo printable cards, but these are a perfect math activity for kids.
Since these are prefilled bingo cards, kids will be able to practice their fractions while working on their math skills.
Set of 30 Simplifying Fractions Bingo Game Cards
If you have more than 10 people, you can make groups of people with 10 or less people, or go for this set of 30 Fractions bingo cards. Each of these cards come with simplified fractions that are solutions to the complex fractions.
These premium Simplifying Fractions Bingo Cards come in Full Size and Half Size. You have the option of printing one card per page or two cards per page on a letter size paper.
To keep playing year after year, Laminate them for durability and protected.
Have the players use dry erase marker. If you don’t want to use the markers, you can use treats like M&Ms, Skittles, Cereals, candies, paper clips etc.
You can even use Lego pieces or other material of your choice.
How to play Fractions Bingo?
To play Fractions Bingo, you will need:
- Print the bingo cards on letter size paper.
- Distribute the bingo cards among the players. There are total of 10 bingo cards.
- If you need more cards, it is best to play in smaller groups or break the play into different rounds.
- Print the calling card and cut out the small cards.
- Put them in a bowl.
- Start playing by having one person pull out a small card out of the bowl and call it out or by showing the fraction that needs to be simplified.
- Players simplify it and then mark that fraction on their bingo card.
- Continue pulling out the small cards from the bowl, showing one fraction at a time.
- Once someone cross off five in a row, they shout out BINGO and win that game.
You don’t need any special preparations to make these, and no mess to clean up after they are done playing.
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