# Blank Bingo Card Printable

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Bring the fun of bingo to your classroom, birthday party, or family game night with these free printable blank bingo cards.

## How to Easily Add Bingo to Your Lesson Plans or Party

Bingo is a great way to add some fun to your classroom or event. Here’s an easy way to implement bingo without having to spend hours making unique bingo cards for each person.

2. Come up with a list of at 24 questions with unique answers. Questions with shorter answers are definitely better.

Note: if your bingo card does not have a free space, you will need to make sure you have 25 questions. This is a perfect time to quiz students on those important vocabulary words from your current unit.

3. Project a list of the answers to these questions on your interactive whiteboard or write them on the dry erase board for everyone to see.

4. Hand out the blank bingo boards. Participants will take their blank bingo card templates and write each of the answers in a random order on their bingo sheet. Stress that it is important that they do not put things in the same order as the other players. Our goal is that players will end up with unique cards for the bingo game.

5. Enjoy a good game of bingo as you read out questions and players mark off the squares on their blank bingo sheet.

These printable blank bingo cards are a fun way to bring fun practice opportunities to a wide variety of subject areas.

## Notes on Using this Activity in the Classroom

I personally use bingo as a practice activity with my high school math students, but it would also be suitable for elementary and middle school students. My students always have so much fun when we play bingo, and they want me to give them more and more questions to solve so they have a better chance of getting five in a row.

A few examples of bingo games I have used with my high school math and science students include logarithm bingo, periodic table of the elements bingo, unit circle bingo, and derivative power rule bingo for calculus.

If you plan to play bingo more than once or twice a year, I suggest printing a class set of these free printable bingo cards and placing them inside dry erase pockets to make them reusable.

MATH = LOVE RECOMMENDS…

I cannot imagine teaching math without my dry erase pockets! They instantly make any activity more engaging and save me countless hours at the copy machine since I can use the same class sets of copies year after year.

Here are my current go-to recommendations:

• 8.5 x 11 Inch Dry Erase Pockets from Puroma
• 11 x 17 Inch Dry Erase Pockets from C-Line Products
• Expo Dry Erase Markers

## Blank Bingo Card Template

To make things easier for you, I created a blank bingo grid template for you to download at the bottom of this post.