Great classroom motivator! Similar to a marble jar or other class wide incentive. Behavior Bingo can be used in a many ways. I draw out numbers (often more than one) when the whole class has done something well and/or receives a compliment from another teacher or staff member. Students can earn multiple bingos throughout the year!
Bingo Board can be printed and displayed in the classroom. It can be laminated so that it can be reused when students have earned a bingo. I glue mine to colored construction paper before laminating for durability and just to make it more colorful without using a lot of printer ink.
Bingo numbers can be printed and cut apart. WILD cards mean any number can be filled in. I keep two small containers to keep numbers I’ve used and not used separate. If I pull out a number that’s already been filled in (maybe due to a WILD), then it becomes a WILD card.
When students have gotten a bingo (you can decide what counts as a bingo), we brainstorm reward ideas and then take a vote. Often it’s something like extra recess, wear pajamas to school, or bring a stuffed animal to school.