Welcome to the Math in the Middle review games page! Here you will find a variety of interactive games for the middle school math classroom. Some games can be used at any time throughout the year, while many cover specific middle school math topics. You can sort through the games by topic or game type using the filter menu.
Multiplication Facts Interactive Bingo Review Game
Looking for a fun, no-prep way to review basic multiplication facts with your students? This unique interactive Bingo game, covering multiplication facts up to 12 x 12, is sure to be a hit with your classes!
This game is simple to use – just one click to open the game right in your browser – no PowerPoint or special software required!
This game includes 40 basic multiplication fact questions, from the 2 times tables through the 12 times tables. It’s a great, fun way for students to work on mastering their multiplication facts!
The interactive caller app (which the teacher can project on a computer, interactive whiteboard, or projector screen) is a fun way for teachers to randomly select questions. You simply click on the screen while the Bingo balls are bouncing around to bring up a question. Then click the answer button to reveal the answer after giving students time to figure it out.
Students in a 1:1 classroom can use the bingo card app to play a paperless Bingo game! They just go to the website on their chromebook, iPad, computer, tablet, or phone and a random Bingo card will be generated with the answers to the questions. When the teacher brings up a question, they simply click on the space on their board that contains that answer. Once they get 5 in a row or 4 corners (depending on the version of Bingo you want to play) they win and their interactive Bingo board “glows”!
This download includes:
– Instructions (including the website for students to access the interactive Bingo boards)
– The interactive caller app
– 40 unique printable Bingo cards for classrooms or students who do not have their own device (the cards print 2 per page)
– A printable version of the 40 questions & answers that can be cut & folded into “old school” calling cards, in the event that you want to set up the game as a center/station activity instead of a whole class game