Why not think while you play bingo?! That’s right. My Thinking Bingo © games are educational, but mostly they are fun to play!
There are three ways to play so that the game appeals to both players who know little about the bingo game topics, as well as players who know a lot on the topic and want a challenging way to play, using clue cards.
Although the words bingo are not actually used in the game, the game is played in a similar fashion: three in a row or black out a card to win (for a longer game). An average game will take about 15 minutes to get a winner. I usually have my students partner up with someone to play on the same card with. But they can play individually too of course.
This game is a great way to review for a biology final or just to play for fun at the end of the year. Excellent for homeschooling parents, teachers, after school extended day programs, even adults can play these bingos!
These are my original game pieces. Each card is meant to be look slightly imperfect and different than the others to give the game an “artsy” look. Just cut out the playing cards to adjust border size you desire, then cut out the clue cards, laminate them, and play for years to come!
My students love playing these games! I hope you enjoy them as well.
Recommended for ages 8-100!