Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Bingo Dabber Math FUN!

A few times a year I accompany my mom to bingo.  Do I ever win? No - I consider it a donation :)  But, it's fun and those dabbers come in so many colors!!  So when I came across the cutest bingo dabber graphics I just had to make some math stations!!

Here's what's included:

pg. 3-6 Find and stamp the greatest number – Students use a bingo dabber to stamp the greatest number in a line of numbers. Two different recording sheets are included.
pg. 7-9 Stamp in order to 100 – Students start stamping at number one and stamp in order until they get to 100.
pg. 10-13 Gumball stamps – Students roll a die and stamp that many gumballs. They continue until all the gumballs are filled. There is also an option of a blank gumball machine to simply add gumballs.
pg. 14-17 Addition stamp – Students use 2 different colored bingo dabbers to show addition sets. A blank page is also included to allow for easy differentiation.
pg. 18-20 Race to 100 – Students roll a die and stamp that many numbers on a 100’s chart. Play continues until a player reaches the top.
pg. 21-23 Roll and Stamp – Students roll 2 dice and stamp the number they roll. The goal is to be the first to cover the numbers 2-12.
pg. 24-26 Even or odd? Students stamp even numbers one color and odd numbers a different color.
pg. 27-29 Stamp a pattern – Students use a variety of bingo dabber colors to stamp patterns.

Notes:
An “I can…” card is included with each activity. I find these invaluable to keep students focused and allow me to work with my focus group.
There is an option to print this entire packet in black and white. However, I also included a color “I can…” card for those who prefer color.

I have posted this at my TPT store and as always will send a copy to 2 followers who comment on this post.  I'm heading out to run some errands (including the dentist - blah!) and when I return I will choose 2 at random.  Just leave a comment with your email.


Update - WOW 26 people commented while I was out!  My daughter chose #3 and #11 as the lucky winners so I'll be sending your prize soon!  Thank you to everyone who visited today :)

And a reminder - there are still some prizes left at The Teaching Tribune's back to school event.  This includes a Nexus Tablet.  If you haven't entered today click on the picture below.  Good luck!!!


34 comments:

  1. Love this!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  2. Super cute!
    Mandmyoung@chartermi.net

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  3. I love my bingo dabbers and so do my kids! This would be a great packet!!

    renetowens@sbcglobal.net

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  4. I love the dabbers and have been looking for ways to use them. What a great idea!
    Tammy
    First Grade @ Storybook Cafe
    dtklinger@gmail.com

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  5. Love, love this idea! I have some daubers that I use for art. I could definitely use them for math too!

    masterflores@juno.com

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  6. fun idea!
    aconnolly 1216 @ gmail . com

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  7. This packet would be PERFECT for my math centers! I am always on the lookout for activities like these where I don't have to make a lot of stuff!!
    :)Kim
    dkdkk@iowatelecom.net

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  8. Love this idea! What a fun use for my bingo markers.
    cfcoley@gmail.com

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  9. I just bought some bingo daubbers at the dollar store but wasn't sure how I could use them. These would be perfect!
    Sureads
    smaher@communityofsaints.org

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  10. This would be awesome for math fun Fridays!
    Brielle.anfinson@gmail.com

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  11. We love using bingo daubers! This pack looks great. Thanks for the chance to win!
    -Andrea
    alwayskindergarten@gmail.com

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  12. The kids love to use the daubers! They can learn and have fun, too!!
    lonestar.2008@yahoo.com

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  13. Wow you really went to town on the bingo daubers! It looks great! I don't know if I could trust my kinders with bingo daubers but maybe I will use at my small group because I LOVE THEM myself! Thanks for making the "I Can" charts to go with it.:)
    Kinders on the Block

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  14. As always, I love your math stations!! My students will go crazy for this! This is going right into my wishlist.
    Maria
    meemsickle@gmail.com

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  15. I have daubers. Now I just need to decide how I am going to integrate them into my resource room. Hmmm.

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  16. Great pack!! Love it.

    gillian.huneycutt@gmail.com

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  17. What a great resource!!

    Grace
    gracepruim@gmail.com

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  18. How cute! Love the dauber clipart and the pack is such a great way to work on math facts! I love the I CAN charts that you made to go with the pack!

    œKaryn
    A is for Apple B is for Blog
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  20. I ordered bingo dabbers for this first time this year... and I'm so excited that my 1st graders will be using them this year. Your packet looks great!!

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  21. Ahh so cute! I LOVE DAUBERS! And the kiddos love them too. What a creative idea!

    I'd love to win them for my kinders :)
    Miss M
    semoellering@gmail.com
    The Fabulous First Grade

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  22. Super Cute!! Would love to win them!

    aliciamckee1st@gmail.com

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  23. Super cute! I love bingo daubers...need to find someplace to get them now that I'm stepping back into the classroom.

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  24. How adorable is that! Great job! Would love to win it.

    donnagilley1st@gmail.com

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  25. What a terrific resource!! The kids will love it, and it hits some great skills!! stockto2276@gmail.com

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  26. Wonderful Packet!

    SaundraBridges@outlook.com

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  27. This looks like a lot of fun!

    lraines78@gmail.com

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  28. I guess I'm a first time Dabber!!! Looks awesome. My second graders will love this!!

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  29. I love this idea very hands on!! and artsy...is that even a word? lol...
    ouqtsiadoru@aol.com

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