I decided to create a Unit Circle Bingo Game to give my Pre-Calculus students some much-needed practice with evaluating trig functions using the unit circle. Technically, this is more of a game of connect 4 than bingo, but bingo just sounds more fun. So, Unit Circle Bingo it is! Bingo is one of my go-to …

# Bingo

My chemistry students are taking weekly element quizzes until we have the symbols of the first 36 elements memorized. A couple of weeks ago, we played a few rounds of Element Bingo to give them practice remembering the symbols for each element. Students were given a blank Element Bingo card (free download at the bottom …

Scientifico was probably my favorite activity we did for practicing scientific notation. I found it online here. To play this game, you’ll need game boards for each pair of students, three dice for each pair of students, and a recording sheet for each student. I recommend laminating these game boards for durability. Of course, I …

One of my favorite statistics activities for introducing probability is Probability Bingo. Probability Bingo is not your typical bingo game. You aren’t looking for five in a row. Instead, the winner is the first person to fill up their ENTIRE bingo card. I once attended an AP Summer Institute for AP Statistics at the University …

After playing log war, a student asked if there was any way we could play logarithm bingo. Umm…I’m not sure if log bingo exists. Let me do some checking. Sure enough, log bingo exists. I found a version called MATHO on ILoveMath.org. (Apparently, this link is now broken, so I have uploaded the MATHO Bingo …