Are you in a review game rut? 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. Gilded Age and Progressive Era BINGO! My kids had a blast playing it. After a student won a round, I would have students exchange cards and we played over and over. I gave candy for the winners.
- 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!
Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, J.P. Morgan, Robber Barron, Captains of Industry, Urbanization, Laissez-Faire, Monopoly, Thomas Nast, Americanization,
Knights of Labor, 16th Amendment, 17th Amendment, 18th Amendment, 19th Amendment, Horizontal Integration, Vertical Integration, Gospel of Wealth, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell, Populist Party, Civil Service Reform, Ida B. Wells, Plessy v. Ferguson, Theodore Roosevelt, Urbanization, Initiative, Referendum, Recall, The Grange, William Jennings Bryan, Sherman Anti-Trust Act , Clayton Anti-Trust Act, William Taft, Pure Food and Drug Act, Meat Inspection Act, Muckraker, Boss Tweed, Political Machines, Jacob Riis, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, Jane Addams, Suffrage, Susan B. Anthony, Chinese Exclusion Act, Labor Union, Nativism, Graft, NAACP, Robert La Follette, Interstate Commerce Act