Teaching Resource

Two-Digit Place Value Bingo Game (Digits, MAB and Pop Sticks)

PDF | 21 pages|Grade: 1 | Starter Sheet

32 different bingo cards using place value to 99.

Use this teaching resource to help your students consolidate their understanding of place value.

Print out the bingo game cards.

Pull out the cards with the place value numbers written on them and have students put a marker over the corresponding answer if they have it on their card.

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

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Hi, love this resource. Is there any chance to get this same one for 3 digit numbers. I like to back to back resources when I laminate so that my laminating sheets go further. SO i would put 2 digit on one side and the 3 digit on the other. Or I would put addition one side and subtraction the other.

Julie Darby · Feb 20th, 2020

Hi Julie,

That is such a good idea to get the most out of your laminating sheets! We currently do not have a three-digit number version of this bingo game.

Please feel free to request a resource at our ‘Request a Resource’ page.


Requests are voted on by the Teach Starter community and we create the top requests.

In the meantime, we do have a Place Value Bingo Game – Numbers 0–1000. This one includes digits up to 1000.

Please let me know if you have any further questions, I’m more than happy to help.

Tom (Teach Starter) · Feb 21st, 2020

Hi this is great but my school doesn’t start using MAB’s until grade 3, is there any way we could get this resource with only the popsticks and digits?

Kim Scott · Feb 19th, 2018

Hi Kim,
Thank you for your suggestion!
You can download a version of this resource without the MABs here:
Kind regards,

Kristian · Feb 20th, 2018

Is there any chance you can make this with just MABs and digits?

Morgan Campbell · Jul 31st, 2017

Hi Morgan,
Thank you for your suggestion!
You can download a version of this resource without the pop sticks here:
Kind regards,

Victoria (Teach Starter) · Aug 2nd, 2017

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