Identify braille numbers, improve verbal and non-verbal communication skills in a social game setting.
Bingo Caller : Pick 2 bricks from the bowl.
Bingo Caller : Read the 2 numbers aloud.
Other players : Add the numbers together.
Other players : Check your bingo card for the sum of the two numbers.
Other players : Shout "Bingo !" if you have the number.
The first player who finds all 3 numbers wins!
How to prepare
2 base plates
2 number sign bricks
All number bricks
Place the number sign brick on the top left corner of each base plate to indicate the bricks represent numbers.
Create a bingo card with a base plate for each player: write 3 numbers (from 1 to 17) on each one, ensuring there are no duplicate numbers.
Place the remaining bricks in the bowl.
Designate a player to be the “bingo caller”.
The “bingo caller” has an important role: reminders to speak loudly and clearly so that all players can hear the correct numbers.
Give everyone a chance to be the ”bingo caller”.
Change the numbers of bricks picked from the bowl.
Change the numbers of bricks on the base plate.
Vary the type of math operation.
Omit the math operation to search for single numbers.
Children will develop these holistic skills
- Tell, express, analyse: Explain process of doing, playing
- Identify the braille characters: numerals 0-9
- Distinguish between personal and collective interests
- Utilize a wide variety of nonverbal behaviors to improve communication
- Follow courteous behavior: Identify socially acceptable and unacceptable behavior
Did you know?
Well-planned and intentional instruction with use of effective techniques can lead to improved academic outcomes and socio-emotional skills.
Braille activity groups
Learn braille letters, numbers, mathematic symbols and punctuation signs and know how to read and write them.
Assemble characters brick by brick and play with words in order to develop the ability to read and write.
Assemble characters, play with numbers and develop the ability to do basic mathematics and geometry.