A simple blank bingo board for you or your students to complete.
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This free quick first-day icebreaker game of Bingo is a great way for students to get to know their classmates. Students find others that can answer "yes" to the statement in the blank and have them initial it. The first student to get five in a row wins. (Or the first one who gets them all signed
This blank bingo card can be used as a review game for any subject. Students write numbers, letters, or words in the spaces before play begins.
Both a color version and a black and white version are provided.
Cards can be laminated and used with dry erase markers.
Basic Bingo template. Fill in the blanks for whatever topic you are working on. I am currently using them for multiplication bingo and I'm focusing on the tougher times tables. The bingo board is filled with the product and I have index cards that I pull with the corresponding multiplication fact
This is a blank, editable BINGO template made in powerpoint.
Can add a background, change font, and use for almost any subject or need.
Only has 1 slide, but can be copy and pasted to create as many as needed.
B- one. B- one! Bingo! Now you can create your own bingo cards easy and fast using my bingo templates! Add your own clip art, words, numbers, etc!
Included are 5 different designs (both 5x5 and 3x3) in 8 different colors, PLUS black and white, for a total of 49 .png clip art bingo templates!! EEK!!
Printable Blank BINGO Boards that are 3x3, 4x4, and 5x5. Can be customized for any subject area. Double-side the last 2 pages for student work space. Ideas: Have students write vocabulary words in the boxes while you call out the definitions. Have students write in sums up to 20, you call out addi
Blank Bingo Card
Have students fill in card with any set values you choose.
I had my students fill in with integers from -20 to 20 using any number once.
I came up with problems with those given values.
You can use this card with any subject matter.
This is an editable bingo card template that can be used in any discipline. The current heading says Vocabulary Bingo, but it can edited it to say whatever is needed and additional squares can also be added if more than fifteen items need to be reviewed. My high schoolers have a lot of fun using it
This blank bingo card is extremely versatile! You can print it off and add numbers, letters, images, etc., to make it fit your desired learning goal! I like to ask students to fill in numbers 1-24 in a random order on the card. Since students fill in the numbers in a random order, each card becomes
Bingo is a great game to test a lot of skills. I use bingo in every subject. I created these blank cards, because I can never find the ones I need. I will write on the bingo cards using a sharpie and then erase them with those wonderful magic erasers...can't live without them!
Let me know how you
Great for use in language classes. These sheets can be decorated by students and used to practice vocabulary.
I used this Bingo sheet in conjunction with my game Allez pêcher where I taught students winter clothing vocabulary words. After practicing the game, we played bingo. Students were told to
I use this bingo board often in my class. I printed a class set on bright colored card stock then laminated them so students can use them over and over with dry erase markers. This is an easy and fun way to add an activity to your lesson. A simple way to use it, is to have students complete a work
This FREE set of Math BINGO cards prints on 3 x 5 index cards. The tool is great for vocabulary study cards in any subject! The free set includes about 30 terms for a starter Math BINGO set, and you can easily add to them by typing in your own word problems, equations to solve, or additional terms
Have students fill out their own Bingo card for vocabulary review! Place a list of terms on the board that you'd like to spend time reviewing, and have students write the words wherever they want on their own boards. When you call out definitions, they can mark the words with a chip or check it off
Pro-tip: Print these double-sided :)
1. Each student gets one blank bingo board and a pencil.
2. Write a list of terms on the whiteboard (or a large piece of paper/poster if you don't have a whiteboard). This works for almost any set of vocab or ideas that you want to help your students review.
This blank template brings the joy of BINGO in to YOUR classroom! The product includes: 2 different Christmas themed-blank BINGO templates in small (4 boards per page), medium (2 boards per page), or large (1 board per page), as well as 2 sizes of blank task cards to put content/numbers on to call o
Free BINGO Template (¡Lotería!)
Students will create their own BINGO game cards by filling in the 24 empty squares on game cards A and B with any 24 vocabulary words. Each game card may be played several times. If you don't have bingo chips to mark the squares, you may use beans or pennies. You can