Bingo Vocabulary Review Trick

November 4, 2014 1 Comment

Students get a vocabulary worksheet for their preparation task vocabulary. After completing the front, they turn it over to make a 25-square Bingo board on the back. We play Bingo to review the terms and students use dry beans to mark the words of definitions that have been read.

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Dry beans work great for students because they cannot turn their paper over to “cheat” without spilling their beans. I, however, need something more mobile.

I put the key in a page protector and check off the definitions with a Vis-a-vis overhead marker. It is easy to keep track of what definitions have been read and I can easily circulate around the room.

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