## Subtracting Fractions Game (FREE)

Fraction Subtraction!

This free subtracting fractions game can be played by up to 36 students in your classroom.

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## GCF & LCM codebreaker puzzle - FREEBIE

Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple (GCF & LCM) Activity FREEBIE

Make using find the GCF and LCM fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to find the GCF or LCM of two or three numbers. Ideal as a bellringer or quick review activity.

The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## October and Halloween Quiz Game

An October Quiz that is suitable for a wide age range (years 6 to 12).

A bingo game with general knowledge quiz questions on facts about October. Great for form or tutor time.

For this activity, questions are projected on the board. You can change the order of these if you want.

Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or column). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner.

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Simplifying Radicals Code Breaker Activity - FREE

Make simplifying radicals fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to simplify radicals to solve a code. Ideal as a bellringer or quick review activity.
The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## Multiplying Exponents Code-Breaker Activity

Multiplying Exponents Code Breaker Activity
Make exponents fun with this code-breaker game where students are asked to simplify the products of exponents to solve a code. Ideal as a bellringer or quick review activity.
The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than 'do the math'!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

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## Recurring Fractions to Decimals Bingo! game - FREE

A free low prep bingo game where students can practice converting recurring decimals to fractions while participating in an engaging activity.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity.

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## Law of Cosines Free Bingo Activity

Law of Cosines Bingo! game

A low prep activity where students engage in a bingo game to solve for missing sides and angles in this cosine law geometry activity.

Questions are projected on the board using the included PowerPoint. You can change the order of these if you want.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity. The game comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or column). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner.

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## Pythagorean Theorem Bingo Activity

A low prep bingo game where students use Pythagoras' theorem to calculate missing sides in triangles and problem solve with compound shapes.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity.

It comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

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## Cones and Spheres Bingo Game Activity

A free low prep bingo game where students calculate areas and volumes for cones and spheres, including problem-solving questions, in this geometry game activity.

Questions are projected on the board using the included PowerPoint. You can change the order of these if you want. This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity.

It comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or column). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner.

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## Composition of Functions Puzzle Activity

This precalculus composite functions activity is designed for students to practice solving and deriving composite functions.

Students will need to be able to evaluate and derive composite functions expressions.

Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution. There are 21 composition of functions questions to match with their corresponding answers on the puzzle pieces.

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## Binomial Expansion Puzzle Activity

This Binomial Expansion activity is an engaging way for your algebra 2 and precalculus students to practice solving problems with the binomial expansion.

They will need to be able to expand binomials and identify coefficients of individual terms in a binomial expansion.

Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution. There are 15 questions to match with their corresponding answers on the puzzle pieces.

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## Four Operations with Fractions

Fractions Puzzle Activity - Multiplying, dividing, adding & subtracting fractions.

This activity is designed for students to practice the four operations on fractions with an engaging puzzle.

Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution.

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## Area and Perimeter of Rectangles Activity

This free area of rectangles activity is a bingo game you can play with your students where they are asked to find the areas and perimeters of rectangles including some simple compound shapes formed from rectangles.

Questions are projected on the board. You can change the order of these if you want.

The game comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or a column or a combination of both). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner!

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## Scientific Notation Puzzle

An activity for students to practice scientific notation by completing a puzzle.

Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution.

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## An activity on Powers and Exponents

This free puzzle activity is designed for students to practice powers and exponents. Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution.

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## Polygons

A polygon is a shape whose sides are all straight.

A regular polygon has sides of equal length and angles that are equal.

Polygons have special names depending on the number of sides they have. See the polygon infographic below:

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## US to Metric conversion infographic

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### Definite Integrals Puzzle

Calculus | Definite Integrals Activity  -
This definite integrals activity is an engaging way for your calculus students to practice evaluating definite integrals with a selection of 15 questions where the matched questions and answers form the puzzle shape pictured
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Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution. There are 15 questions to match with their corresponding answers on the puzzle pieces.
If you would like to see an example of my bingo! games I have some free sample versions:
- Rational (fractional) and negative exponents here: *** FREE Rational and negative exponents Bingo! game ***
- Estimating calculations by rounding to one significant figure here: *** FREE Estimating Bingo! game ***

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## Slope Intercept Form Bingo Game

A bingo game on identifying the equations of lines in slope intercept form.

Questions are projected on the board using the included PowerPoint. You can change the order of these if you want.

This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity. The bingo game comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students.

Alternatively, there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.

If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student who crosses off all nine numbers and calls out 'bingo!' is the winner. (For a speed version it can be the first to get a row or column). Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

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## Negative and Rational Exponents Puzzle Activity

An engaging way for students to practice their skills in negative and rational exponents. Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution.

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