Educational Bingo

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http://www.teachhub.com/engaging-classroom-games-all-grades

There are literally countless ways to use bingo.  I created an award-winning bingo game based upon the people of American History.  The boards have people’s faces on them and the clues are all standards-based facts. 

What about math bingo – the boards have numbers and the clues are problems that the students have to do mentally (or with scratch paper). Bingo can be used for phonics, vocabulary, spelling, sounds of letters. 

The other great part about bingo is that you can make a game specifically designed for what your students are learning, go to any store and buy a bingo game, or make it an end of unit activity to create a bingo game in small groups – and then play that game in class. To make it free and easy, print out blank bingo cards and have students randomly fill in answers from the word/number bank before you start.

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