32 different bingo cards using only coins.
Print out the bingo grids and calling cards on thick card for durability.
There are two sets of calling cards outlined below. Use them to add variety to the game or as a way to differentiate for your students.
- Notes and coins – these cards require students to total the amount on the calling card first and then determine if they have a set of coins on their grid that matches the amount on the card.
- Written values – these cards have the written values of the sets of coins that appear on the bingo grids.
Choose one set of calling cards to play with and shuffle them. Pull out one card at a time. Students determine if their bingo grid has a set of coins that matches the amount on the calling. They place a token on that square of the bingo grid. Your students can decide whether they need to find three coins vertically or five coins horizontally to win.
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32 different bingo cards using notes and coins.