Pro-tip: Print these double-sided :)
1. Each student gets one blank bingo board and a pencil.
2. Write a list of terms on the whiteboard (or a large piece of paper/poster if you don't have a whiteboard). This works for almost any set of vocab or ideas that you want to help your students review. Students must write the words or draw a picture to represent the word in each box. Everyone's bingo board should look different but have more or less the same words. If you're including drawings, remind the kids to draw quick sketches, just enough info so that they understand the picture - it's not an art contest! When the bingo boards are complete, erase the whiteboard (or turn over the poster).
3. Call out the terms in a random order. Children either put a light line through the word when they hear it or use markers if you'd like to re-use the boards. Small pieces of cardstock, small coins, dried broadbeans or lima beans, or even stickers with the backings still on work well (stickers can double as a fun reward when they are finished).
4. 3 in a row/4 in a row wins BUT in order to get credit, the student needs to read each word and define it/spell it/use it. For example, my kids created some boards to practice prepositions and WH questions. They had to show me something that was (e.g.) on something else and ask a WH question that made sense.
See also: Blank BINGO Cards 3x3