I have used this activity across the grades as I just require my students to fill in their bingo sheet with age appropriate shapes. I often for the younger grades will model which shapes to choose from by drawing them on the board and labeling them. Whereas, for the primary grades I will often just write the word on the board and ask them to draw the shape. For the older grades, I often just verbally give them the shapes to include and they fill in their own Bingo Charts.
This is a great activity to promote the drawing of shapes. I often will collect the game boards after the activity as a formative assessment measure to see how efficiently my students can compose the different shapes.
In terms of running the game I write out the shapes I will be using on slips of paper, along with the letters B,I,N,G,O. I then keep the shapes and letters in two different piles and grab one from each to pile call out each round (making sure to reshuffle each time). Alternately, I will just call out shapes and letters at random from my brain.
This is a great substitute activity as it is easily adaptable across grades and the only materials needed are the handout.