On the hunt for teen number activities? Try these BINGO games. They come in four different variations!
What is it about those tricky teen numbers?
My Four (almost five) has struggled to consistently remember her teen numbers.
In the last few months, we’ve done a few simple activities to help her remember them.
Simple (no printer ink required) games to practice the teen numbers
One thing we’ve done is to play a game with sticky notes. I write each number from 11-20 on sticky notes – one per note. Then I write them on a second set of notes.
I put one set all over the living room. Then I hand her the other notes, one at a time. She names the number (I correct her if she’s wrong), and she finds its match in the living room.
I also make simple homemade follow the path games. I draw a path on a piece of paper and divide it into spaces. On each space, I write a number from 11-20. She has to name it as we take turns moving along the path with a die.
I decided to create some BINGO games to give my preschooler even more practice building number recognition with teen numbers.
She and her first grade brother (who knows numbers past 100, but enjoys BINGO), liked playing this game together.
They took turns drawing a number, saying it aloud, and finding the corresponding square on their board.
I reminded my daughter that the 1 means “one group of ten.” The 5 means “extra ones.”
After all the attention we’ve given to the teen numbers in recent months, she caught on quickly.
The bundle comes with a variety of BINGO games for the teen numbers:
- Number matching (see above)
- Ten frame matching
- Counting fingers matching
- Tally mark matching
You’ll get ten board games for each variation!
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Teen numbers are tricky! This mini-course and accompanying printables will help members teach their learners to recognize, name, and understand the concept of teen numbers.