Give you and your students a little mental break and have some fun! Print out one board per student. Put the Answer Bank up for the students to see and have them fill out their board with the words. You can also print the Answer Bank to the BACK of the Bingo Board so that the students can choose their responses and put them on their boards. Another suggestion is to give the questions to your students to do at home as homework or to solve in groups and then pass out the bingo boards with the answers so that they can check their answers. There are more answer choices (30) than spaces (24). Once they are done, put the problems up on the board or smart board for them to answer. If they have the answer on their board, they can put an X on it. They get Bingo once they have one full column, row, or diagonal.
Questions include simplifying radical expressions, adding, subtracting, and multiplying radicals as well as rationalizing the denominator and solving radical equations.
To make the game more fun, use M&M’s or candy as the markers. They can eat the candy once the game is over. I use small bags of chips as prizes for the top 5 people to get bingo and other times give extra credit on the next test. Food and extra credit are great incentives! You can use whatever you’d like for a prize and you can have as many winners as you’d like.