Included in this purchase is a 41 slide PowerPoint presentation for "calling" bingo with a different coordinate grid on each slide (36 different answers). Each coordinate grid shows 2 points in different places and different distances from one another. Students must use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance. Also included is blank Bingo card (prints 2 per page). Simply print enough blank Bingo cards for everyone in your class. At the beginning of the presentation is 2 slides listing the 36 different answers. Option #1 has the answers in the form of a radical and option 2 has the answers in decimals rounded to the nearest hundredth. Using one of these slides, students randomly choose 24 of the 36 answers and fill in their own Bingo card. (Make sure to tell them to put the points in random order!) Another option is to copy and paste the answers from the answer slide into an online bingo card generator and print your own cards to save class time.
Once the Bingo cards are filled in, you are ready to play. Just click through the PowerPoint in order or choose slides randomly making sure to keep track of the numbers you have shown so you can check the winner! I started using this method of playing Bingo years ago with my classes. The kids LOVE to fill in their own cards.
See the other pictures for what the question cards look like.