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Solving Quadratics (already factorised) Bingo

Overall rating 4 out of 54.3 (3 ratings)

Last updated 02 October 2014, created 17 October 2011, viewed 2,535

KS4 Maths Game. Objective: For pupils to be able to successfully solve a quadratic equation which has already been factorised. Can be used effectively as a plenary to check understanding or as a starter to check prior learning. These bingo cards can be printed and laminated to use with a variety of Bingo games which I have shared on here.

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  • Word documentActivity
    Bingo Cards.docx (16kb, Word document)
  • Powerpoint documentGame, puzzle, quiz
    Generating Coordinates Bingo.pptx (73kb, Powerpoint document)
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Hi - thanks for all your bingo games - I am downloading them all and laminating my cards tonight :) I think you'd titled this one incorrectly though as it is coordinates from equations rather than factorising.

from HannahJoy21, 02 October 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Really nice way to remind them about substituting into a rule. Thank you so much..I really like your resources!

from alisoneves, 01 March 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

A great idea to consolidate the learning of pupils on the topic of straight line graphs. It gets the pupils to work out the x co-ordinate when given the y co-ordinate and I think that this is a really fun and engaging way to end a lesson or end a topic, and it can be used over and over again if a set is laminated. Ideal!

from Gareth1512, 09 January 2012
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