My kids have a blast playing this and request to play all the time.
*A blank BINGO board for kids to fill in with products.
*Flash cards (each multiplication product used at least once up to 12 x 12)
The first thing I do is have my kiddos fill in their BINGO boards with any of the numbers on the multiplication chart. This can take a little while, so maybe even assign this for homework. I would cut the multiplication cards out (or have a student do this), and maybe even laminate these.
There are very few cards that have the same product, which is why you will see that not all facts are included. There is at least one of each product that is on the multiplication chart. You can then decide what type of BINGO you will play for (regular, letter X, full card, etc).
Once you begin calling the multiplication problems, have the students shade or cover the products that you call. I award a small prize when a student gets a BINGO!
Hope you kiddos enjoy as much as my kids did. :)