These four bingo activities give students a review of linear equations and 2D systems. In the 1st bingo game, students find the slope of a line through two points. In the 2nd bingo activity, students are faced with finding the slope and y-intercept of a line when its equation is not given in “y=mx+b” form. In the 3rd bingo game students need to find the equation of a line when given two points it passes through or one point it passes through and its slope. In the last bingo game the students solve 2D systems of equations in different forms.
Each bingo game contains 40 bingo cards and 24 bingo "balls". Each square on the bingo cards is the answer to one of the questions on each of the bingo "balls". To play this game in your classroom, first give each student one bingo card. Then, one student at a time chooses a bingo "ball" from the box and writes that problem on the white/smart board. Once the rest of the students have enough time to finish the problem, the student who wrote the problem on the board writes the answer next to it. Then all of the students mark their bingo card. Repeat this with the next student until there is at least one bingo.
This is a great review activity which I have used in my classroom for over 12 years. I have also let several of my friends use this in their classrooms as well with similar success. I look forward to hearing how well it works in your classroom.