This bingo game is designed for a small math group. Once the children learn how to use it there are a number of bingo games in my store that are the same format for ease of learning. My students are trained to play this game, with one child turning over the call cards. There are only eight square on each board so the games are quick to find a winner, this allows for children to swap game boards and play again, allowing for maximum exposure to the content.
Another variation would be to use the boards as an individual matching game. I have made the call cards the same size as the bingo squares so you have this as an option. Simply print each child a set of call cards.
I print these games in colour and laminate them for durability. The boards don't require any cutting so this is a quick and easy resource to make.
This resource includes:
- 6 game boards that cover basic 2D shapes
- 1 set of call cards (the wording for kite and diamond has been included depending on what your school teaches)