Teaching Resource

Addition Bingo – Numbers 0–50

PDF | 20 pages|Grades: 1 - 5 | Starter Sheet

32 different bingo cards using addition and numbers from 0-50.

Print out the bingo game cards on thick cardboard for extra durability.

Pull the cards with sums on them out and have students put a marker over the corresponding answer if they have it on their card. Your students can decide if they need to find three numbers vertically or five numbers horizontally to win.

Blank game cards are provided for you to add your own sums in.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

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  Australian Curriculum alignment

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Ruby Blackman1

why is there not enough number sentences

Ruby Blackman1 · Mar 27th, 2020

Paul (Teach Starter)

Hi Ruby,

Thank you for your comment. We have included blank cards with the resource so you can add your own preferred number sentences.

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Paul (Teach Starter) · Mar 29th, 2020

catherine mck

I don’t quite understand the FREE word on the game board.??

catherine mck · Apr 12th, 2015

Hi Catherine, the FREE word is just a free space on the game board. It just makes the game go a little faster.

· Apr 13th, 2015

ann christensen

I can see this could be used in a foreign language context as well. I plan to use this resource in my Japanese classes.

ann christensen · Nov 3rd, 2014

Resource Updates

  • Added a low colour and black and white version

    Addition by Jill (Teach Starter) Aug 9th, 2020

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