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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Big Numbers


Big Numbers Bingo is a resource that I recently added to our 'From the Pond' collection. It will help students learn to quickly identify 3-digit numbers beyond 100.


When playing games with 'caller cards' I like to let students use little tubs to keep the cards in. These ones are travel soap boxes. Use one for fresh cards, and one for cards already played. Staying tidy and organised during game-play will help your students get the most learning out of their time.

I am on-the-lookout for red and green coloured boxes. Red would be great for cards already played, and green for unused (stop/go). 



 This game has been listed in my TpT store. Find it HERE if you are interested.


I am super excited to use these alligator "Less Than" / "Greater Than" posters to introduce the concept to my firsties. Perfect timing to be used with 'big numbers'! Printed and ready to go.


I found them FREE on TpT!
Find the HERE if you would like a set.

I made this additional activity that can be used after a game of Big Numbers Bingo. Ask your students to use the number call cards to find combinations to show greater than/less than. You can download this  for free from Google Drive!

Find it HERE

My firsties need a little 'morning table work' to keep them busy and focused during our reading time. I am finding some groups are reading for quite a while longer than others and it is easy for the classroom to get very noisy - very quickly. My students love this style of worksheet. It will help with speedy identification of blends and handwriting. Remind your students to SAY the sound as they spin it - this will help them focus. I ask my students to trace in one colour while they are playing the game, and once the activity has finished, to trace the remaining sounds in another colour - the more practice the better!

Find it for FREE on google drive HERE


Thanks so much for stopping by!

3 comments:

Julie Stowe said...

I dont know why I have never thought of making Bingo using BIG numbers...brilliant and I guess that's why we have you! Thanks.
Yes, the crocodile signs are a very cute find.
Julie
Mrs Stowe's Kinder Cottage

Chelsea O'Neal said...

LOVE this bingo!! Great even in 2nd. Its in my cart! :)
Chelsea
Kickin It Whole Brain In Texas

Indiana said...

Hi Thanks for making a game that goes beyond 120.
I can use this with a lot of my kids.
As to containers, Woolies sell all kinds of small coloured see through containers in the lunchbox area. There are little round ones and rectangular ones. They come in many different colours and they are often on sale. I think the brand is Klipz or something like that. They are often on the lower shelves.