I used this to go over classroom procedures with my students. This is what we did:
1. We toured the classroom together. Students took notes on their “Back-to-School” Bingo Notes” page.
2. After we talked about each procedure (bathroom, pencil sharpener, classroom library, cubbies, planners, Friday Folders, etc.) I asked students, “So what’s the important points about ___ that we just discussed?” They identified the main idea of our procedure talk. I recorded it on a copy of the Notes page, and students copied it on their own pages.
3. After we had discussed all the procedures that I felt we needed to, students wrote the one or two word titles on a blank bingo card. I allowed students to write the titles up to two times on their bingo cards.
4. I typed the main ideas on the bingo call sheets and cut them into strips.
5. We used buttons as space cover ups.
6. The first time we played, they were allowed to use their notes.
7. The next day, we played again. But this time, they weren’t allowed to use their notes.
8. We played this a few times over the course of our first two weeks.
This product is editable. Simply place text boxes where you want to type in order to personalize it for your own classroom. It was a fun and easy way to learn procedures!
This freebie from Wild Child Designs consists of blank bingo cards, note taking sheet for students and teacher, and bingo call strips. All are black and white and editable. Enjoy!
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