This is a BUNDLE of 8 social studies BINGO games. You will love these games because they will bring fun and learning into your classroom. Is it time to review some important vocabulary/terms about social studies topics you have been studying? Are you getting ready for a unit test? These BINGO games are sure to help add some excitement into your review. Also, pull them back out before state testing at the end of the year and they will help refresh the kids’ memories of all the important facts taught throughout the year.
UPDATE: I now offer this in my MEGA SS bundle
You are saving 50%!!! compared to purchasing these individually, It's like buying 4 and getting 4 getting FREE!! :-)
**Also, an added bonus is to save the boards once this year’s class spends time making them, get them laminated, and use them year after year. If you do that, they are perfect to leave for last minute sub plans if needed.
I designed these with my 4th graders in mind, as the topics included in this bundle are the topics we cover here in the state of GA in the 4th grade. Depending on the state you live in though, these topics might be studied in other grades. I am listing them for 4-5. Please use your best judgment when making a decision as to whether or not you think they will work for your kids based on your own curriculum topics.
★Please, if you notice any typos in a game, send me a message before rating the product. I will get it corrected as soon as I can. Thank you ahead of time.
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Please click the links below to view all of the social studies BINGO games that come in the bundled pack. Also, click on the preview above to see a sample image of a game. By clicking on the links below, you can view the preview images on each game.
Maps and Globes Bingo
Westward Expansion BINGO
European Explorers BINGO
Native Americans BINGO (4th grade Georgia Curriculum requirements and more)
Government- The New Nation BINGO
American Revolution BINGO
Colonial Times BINGO
Students construct the boards, which my students always love.
Each student will get a game board. They will also get a sheet that has 32 answer cards (a couple of games have 28 cards). They will take a few minutes to cut out the answer cards and decide where they want to glue them on their BINGO board. They will mix them up, so that all boards in the class will most likely be different. A few cards will be left over, so not every kid will have every answer on their board.
The teacher then has 32 question cards dealing with the topic, along with the answers printed on the question cards. The teacher will pull one card at a time and read it aloud........... more specific directions beyond this are given in the packet, but hopefully you get the point. :-)
This is a fun way to end a unit a unit on these social studies topics or review before the unit test. Plus, don’t forget these are great to pull out toward the end of the year before your yearly standardized testing when it has been months since you have covered the content.
Have fun with this games.
For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.