Purpose:

  • To give practice in identifying and hearing numbers that end in ‘teen’ and numbers that end in ‘ty’.

You need:

How to play:

  • This game is played exactly like Bingo.
  • A caller reads the number and if it is on their board the child will cover the number.
  • The one who has all the numbers on their board covered is the winner if they pass the check test.
  • Their numbers need to be checked as they may not have heard them correctly.  For example, if 17 is called they may have covered 70.
  • Give children practise in reading the numbers aloud.

Variations:

  • Play a traditional game of bingo if you have one.
  • Make a 3 x 3 grid and use numbers to 20.
  • Read statements so the children have to cover the answer.  For example, make a set of cards that have statements like 20 + 30 or 7 + 7 or 6 + 6 + 1. They would have to cover 50, 14 and 13 if they had them on their gameboard.
12 17 13
11 20 80
70 90 14
18 30 40


 

16 17 19
40 20 60
70 90 14
10 12 50


 

15 70 100
11 19 18
50 13 90
80 10 17


 

16 30 100
11 18 40
80 60 13
14 15 20

Cut numbers up below and place into a container. They become the caller's numbers.

10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19
20 30 40 50 60
70 80 90 100  

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