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To most people mathematics is not something to get excited about. Maths
is a subject most were forced to take at school, something most people
really did not like. So why is maths so important?

Maths is an important part of our every day lives. We need it for every
calculation we make. From recipes and shopping to tax returns and
salaries, maths plays an important role everywhere. This is why it is
important that children are taught maths while they are still young.

Tha...


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To most people mathematics is not something to get excited about. Maths
is a subject most were forced to take at school, something most people
really did not like. So why is maths so important?

Maths is an important part of our every day lives. We need it for every
calculation we make. From recipes and shopping to tax returns and
salaries, maths plays an important role everywhere. This is why it is
important that children are taught maths while they are still young.

Thanks to games such as bingo maths, it is no longer a boring and hated
subject for children! By playing fun bingo maths games, children are
taught to love and take an interest in arithmetic. This way parents can
make maths homework fun and teachers can have less headaches on how to
make maths interesting!

How does bingo maths for children work? Bingo maths for education is
usually quite simple, but great fun. It usual consists out of addition
and subtraction for younger children and multiplication and division for
older children.

Bingo cards are used for bingo maths. Instead of a number on the card, a
maths formula is used, e.g. 4x3= or 12-7=. A caller draws and calls
numbers. Each player has an individual board with their maths cards. If
the number called matches one of the solutions on your card, you can mark
off the number. The first person to mark off all there problems, is the
winner of the game.

Many schools have realised the potential of maths bingo in teaching
children that arithmetic is fun and interesting. Some schools even have
bingo maths clubs and have competitions against other schools.
Bingo maths cards are really easy to make. You can either make a 3x3 card
with 9 problems or a 5x5 card with 25 problems. You can even make these
cards on some bingo maths websites! Try to use as many different formulas
as possible. This will ensure that you have only one winner per game.
Write down all the solutions to the problems, this will be numbers that
are called to play during the game.

Of course bingo maths is not only for children. Grown-ups can have just
as much fun playing bingo maths with their children. This is an excellent
way to spend time with your children, as well as teaching them the basics
of maths in a fun and exciting way!

				
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