### GCF LCM codebreaker activity

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.

### Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Game

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Codebreaker Game - FREE

Make multiplication and division of fractions fun with this free code breaker game where students are asked to answer fractions problems to solve a code.

### Powers and Exponents Puzzle Activity

Powers and Exponents Activity - Free Resource

This 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.

## Doubling and Halving Game

Doubling and Halving Bingo! game - FREEBIE
In this low prep bingo game students practice their doubling and halving skills. All questions are integers and all answers are integer solutions. This is a great way to engage students in a spiral review activity; students love the pace and competition of the activity, allowing students to consolidate their knowledge in a fun way.

Questions are projected on the board using the included PowerPoint. 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 if you prefer, for which 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 played for the first to get a row or column or a combination of both). Usually, there is a small prize for the winner!

### Subtracting Fractions

Subtracting Fractions Bingo! game
A bingo activity on subtracting fractions.
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.

### Multiplication of Decimals Codebreaker Activity

Multiplying Decimals Code Breaker Activity

Make multiplying decimals fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to multiply decimals 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'!

## Fractions Operations - Thanksgiving theme

A free operations with fractions activity with a Thanksgiving theme.

Solving Two-Step Equations Free Puzzle

Solving Two-Step Equations Puzzle Activity - make it more fun for your students to solve equations with this activity. A solution to the puzzle is included.
Students cut out the shapes in the printout and put them together by matching the solving equations questions and answers on corresponding sides to create the shape in the given solution.

## Combining Like Terms

A FREE bingo game on combining like terms. An Algebra activity on simplifying algebraic expressions.

## Rational & Negative Exponents

A FREE bingo game on finding the value of rational (fractional) and negative exponents.

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.

If you would like to see another example of my bingo! games I have another free sample version:

- Estimating calculations by rounding to one significant figure here: *** FREE Estimating Bingo! game ***

Why use bingo in your lessons?

- Bingo will engage your students, fully involving them in an activity for 20 to 30 minutes.
- Bingo is a great way to consolidate and answer questions on a recently taught topic or to get students to refresh their understanding of an earlier topic without them complaining that they’ve seen it before!

## Free Sine Rule Worksheet

Sine rule worksheet. Finding missing sides using the sine rule - standard and problem-solving questions.