This is a GAME that is not a game to my students. It is "work" but they just don't know it's "work". They are learning but they just don't know it. I am just finding ways to get them to know Louisiana Ladies and no matter how hard they try - they will never get to meet/experience them all.
Over the past two dozen plus years I have created lots of different ways for my student to earn a little bit of Extra Credit if they want to work 'up and beyond'. Generally, I use these items in class just so I know they don't cheat. Over the past month I have been accused of copying this idea from another teacher 'way up north'. I didn't, and haven't, and won't, plus I have been doing for so long now. Basically, I have been adding a few new ones each year. Plus everything is just "freebies" and they are all Louisiana.
However, this is MY #22 of 24 History Bingos that I am posting, and this deals with Universities/Colleges/Institutes of Louisiana. I did not copy or steal this. I researched it myself. You can find them all on my website, plus in THIS case Louisiana has more schools than even I knew about.
This is just another of my Bingo Extra Credit games that I have on my own website. It goes WAY BACK but it has always been fun to use. I use them for after an assignment, after a test, before holidays, after testing at the end of the year, towards the end of class… anytime I just need extra points, or an extra quiet time, I give extra 4-5 points for a completed bingo.
I saw something similar years ago and just got the idea to create a self-bingo that my student might like for extra points since I don’t just give extra credit. You have to EARN them if you want them. I do have Bingos that I call out questions and some of them are here on TPT plus TN.
I am always reading blogs, emails, checking out web stuff, and checking Pinterest, and reading various magazines every day so I NEVER know where a new idea will hit me.
I am sorry someone thinks I have copied but I haven't. When you have been teaching as long as I have, you just 'learn' from institutes, in-services, and some neat places/things around Louisiana. I even know some items that did not fit on this sheet.