# Multiplication Facts Times Tables 1-12 BINGO!

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## Description

Get students having fun practicing their times tables by playing BINGO!

What’s included?

-   10 different BINGO boards for the 1-6 times tables.

• These have a blue background, and are labelled for easy identification.

-   15 different BINGO boards for the 1-12 times tables.

• These are on a yellow background, and are labelled for easy identification.

-   10 pages of blue BINGO cards for the 1-6 times tables.

• These cards match the blue BINGO boards for the 1-6 times tables.
• There are no repetitions. For example, 1x2 is in the set, but 2x1 is not.

-   4 pages of yellow BINGO cards for the 7-12 times tables.

• These cards match the yellow BINGO boards for the 7-12 times tables.
• There are no repetitions. For example, 7x8 is in the set, but 8x7 is not. Also, they do not cover any multiplication facts from the 1-6 times tables.

-   11 pages of “extra” purple BINGO cards for the 1-12 times tables.

• These have a purple background, and are labelled so they are easy to pick out.
• These are the counterparts not included in the blue and yellow sets. For example, only 1x2 appears in the blue set, but 2x1 appears in the purple set.

How do I prepare?

- Print out as many boards as needed for your students.

• Choose which students practice their 1-6 times tables (blue boards), and which practice their 1-12 times tables (yellow boards).
• Laminate the boards or put them into plastic folders for durability.
• TIP: If you make a few extra copies of the boards, it will make it easier for students who want to trade boards as they continue playing.

- Have dry erase markers or counters for students to mark their BINGO boards.

- Print and cut out the BINGO cards that you need.

• If just using the blue boards (1-6 times tables), just print and cut out the blue BINGO cards.
• If using the blue and yellow boards (1-12 times tables), print and cut out BOTH the blue and yellow BINGO cards.
• Please note: If you want to use just the yellow boards, you still need to print and cut out BOTH the blue and yellow BINGO cards.
• If using just the blue and yellow cards, there are no repetitions. E.g., There is 1x2, but no 2x1. However, the purple cards include these counterparts/reversals (e.g., 2x1) if you need them.

How do my students play?

• Play as a class, in math centres, or in pairs. (TIP: Students who are struggling can share a board with someone who is proficient to help/check as needed.)
• Put the BINGO cards into a container to pick from one at a time. You (or a student) can call out the multiplication facts picked. E.g., 5x6.
• Each student has a board, and if they have the product for the multiplication fact called out, they can mark it with their dry erase markers or counters.
• A player wins (“BINGO!”) with 5 marked boxes in a row, either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. The “FREE!” box in the centre counts as a marked box.
• Students can continue to keep marking their boards to get multiple wins.
• TIP: If you are playing as a class, awarding team/group points for wins can help students to focus, and help one another.

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