This is a game based off of BINGO. It is a review resource for students in AP Calculus AB or BC or even a non-AP Calculus course. The review covers: Limits, Continuity, Tangent & Normal Lines, Local Linear Approximation, Differentiability, and many questions with finding derivatives. (The first approximately 1/3 of the AP Calculus AB course)
To play: Each student (or group) gets a M-A-T-H-O board. The students will then randomly place numbers from 1 - 30 on the board using a pen, so it cannot be erased. There are only 25 spaces so they will only use 25 of the 30 possible numbers. (You could also have a free space if you want and then the students would only use 24 of the numbers).
You can simply work through the slides with your class in order (the number answers are already random) or you can use the randomizer slide (slide 3) to randomly select problems. You can choose a letter, you can have your students choose a letter or you could use another random generator. Once you start to play, the letters for the slides you have already clicked will change color so you will know you have already done that slide.
Each slide has a button to jump back to the randomizer slide for easy play.
There is an answer key attached.