Review Texas history playing this game that uses words related to the decline of the American Indian way of life, the Texas cattle industry, the growth of the railroad, and other vocabulary. Students create their own bingo cards by cutting out and attaching 24 choices onto a blank card. The teacher draws a calling card and reads the clue or clues. Students cover the answer if they have it on their bingo cards. I have also included a page of notes that students could use for review, study, or as help when playing the game.
Here is what you get when you purchase this resource:
• Choose-and-cut card with 28 choices (1 page)
• Blank bingo card (1 page)
• 28 calling cards with vocabulary and clues (4 pages)
• Texas Frontier people, places, and things printable (1 page)
• Bingo in the Classroom ideas (1 page)
• TOU & Credits (1 page)
Amarillo, barbed wire, buffalo shortage, Brownsville, cattle drive, Charles Goodnight, Chisholm Trail, communication, cowboys, Dallas, El Paso, exploration, Fort Worth, Gail Borden, Galveston, Houston, immigration, Joseph Glidden, King Ranch, Lizzie Johnson, migration, port city, railroad junction, Red River Wars, reservations, Richard King, transportation, U.S. Forts
Social Studies TEKS covered include 4.4B, 4.4C, 4.4D, 4.8B, and 4.20A.
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