I had played Quizlet Live, Kahoot and others so much, my students were tired of them. One day a student asked, “Can we play BINGO?” – and this product is the result. Articles of Confederation & Constitution BINGO! After a student wins a round, simply have students exchange cards – you can play over and over again. I gave candy for the winners.
What is included?
- 36 Bingo Cards – each one is unique.
- 2 sets of Questions for the teacher – Set #1 - is on “clipboards” designed for you to cut up and place in a bowl or box to “draw” from. This way you can randomly ask the questions! Set 2 – is the paper saver version. I’ve included a blank spot next to each question so you can mark off which questions you have asked. If you laminate these, you can use them over and over!
- Suggestions on a variety of ways to play. I laminated my cards and students used dry erase markers to mark their answers. I’ve also used beans, or cut up pieces of paper as the markers. Use what you have!
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