Government Vocabulary Bingo contains 25 different cards in both color and b/w. The terms are most appropriate for 3-5 grades for practice and review. One set of calling cards contains the answer. This set is designed to help students practice the terms and definitions. The second set of calling cards has the definition only. This set helps the student review the terms.
Government Vocabulary Bingo includes the following terms:
ballot, bill, candidate, capital, citizen, Congress, democracy, election, executive branch, General Assembly, government, governor, House of Representatives, judicial branch, justice, laws, legislative branch, local government, mayor, national government, president, Senate, state government, Supreme Court, term, veto
PREPARE: Print out different BINGO cards for each student plus two sets of calling cards. The calling cards are available 9 to a page. The second set of cards helps to make keeping track of words called easier. These cards come with and without the vocabulary term.
DISTRIBUTE: Hand out one Bingo card to each student (25 different cards are available, if you need additional cards you will need to repeat cards The cards come color and in black and white).
CALL: The caller should pull out one definition and read the definition to the students.
MARK CARD: The students place a marker on the correct vocabulary term, if it is on their card.
WINNING: The Bingo grid is 5 spaces by 5 spaces. A students wins when 5 in a row are covered vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. To make the game last longer, you can require 2 (or more) lines to be covered to win.