NEWLY UPDATED FOR IOS 13!
WINNER - 2012 NATIONAL STEM VIDEO GAME CHALLENGE, HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATOR DIVISION
Created by a high school math teacher with over 30 years of experience in the classroom. Develop your algebraic equation solving skills through playing a Bingo game. The goal is to transfer the player’s skill level to solving complex algebra equations mentally. This game will take you step by step through the process of learning how to solve the most basic equation up through multiple-step equations by way of 13 different levels and it will allow you to choose from a variety of Bingo games from straight-line Bingo through multiple patterns of Bingo all the way up to Black-out Bingo if you choose. The game will keep track of your time and points to be able to compete with others as well as yourself.
With the new standards being taught in classrooms, the age and grade-level of students learning to solve equations continues to get younger and younger. Therefore, Alge-Bingo can be enjoyed by 1st and 2nd graders all the way up to college students to increase their skills and mental dexterity. It can also be used an Algebra tutorial for anyone preparing for a standardized test such as the S.A.T. or A.C.T.
Alge-Bingo was created by a veteran public high school teacher who taught math and computer applications for over 30 years. It is an iOS app version of a game he played with his students for years with an overhead projector!
Alge-Bingo won the 2012 National STEM Video Game Challenge in the Secondary Teacher Division sponsored by Sesame Street. It is being re-released in 2020 with updates for new screen sizes, more accurate and faster coding, along with new animations and sound effects.
And for the first time, Alge-Bingo is FREE!
- Moved audio control to not be blocked by ads
Thank you all for downloading and playing!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
The idea is good, but it has some bugs (no pun intended). One problem is that it only allows one game, then locks up. It gives a report screen, but it does not put any info on the report. If you get an answer wrong, there is no sound that indicates that, just the fact that a bug doesn't show up.
Overall, a good app, not sure how I will use it in a classroom with only one iPad.
This is a great app for learning or reviewing your algebra skills. The more you play the faster you get and the more improvement you see. I also love the minimalist art style in the graphics. The bugs are funny and the robots ones are really well-done. It’s so nice to just brush up on algebra skills and improve speed.
Dear sir, why so much hatred? This game is graphically beautiful and the music is fun. There is obviously some jealously or other emotion here to cause such a spiteful review.
Dear madam, did you try restarting it? Apps often don’t work when opened the first time.
Agreed on both counts
Seems like fun and I see potential, but no score at the end and it freezes. I agree a better indication of a wrong answer would be good as well, feedback is an important value of an educational game.
Seems to be a work in progress. Still some things to iron out.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.