Bingo Game Template: St. Patrick's Day
This PowerPoint game can be played with students of all ages and for all subject areas. Students can aim for a clover with a koosh ball, tap the board, or come up to the computer to select a clover if you do not have an interactive white board.
You can enter your own 30 questions and answers onto the game slides. Then, scatter the answers onto bingo boards. Some teachers choose to have students create their own bingo boards. Because there are 30 questions and 25 spaces on the board, I have my students select 25 of the answers to place on the board. It takes a little bit longer for students to win this way. You can also play it for points instead of bingo, with each clover being worth a point. There are so many possibilities.
Once a clover has been hit, it will turn into a rainbow and pot of gold and deactivate so you won't have to worry about hitting the same question twice.
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