Diagrams Bingo Cards

Graphs And Charts Bingo Card

These cards are about Graphs And Charts. Graphs, charts and diagrams present data in visual form. They are used to make data clearer and easier to understand. These are some common types of graphs and charts. These include words like Gantt, box whisker, funnel, polar, and stacked bar.

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Words List For Graphs And Charts Bingo Cards

Gantt Kagi Renko area bar
box whisker bubble bubble candlestick column chart
funnel high-low line log pie chart
polar pyramid chart radar scatter plot smooth line
stacked bar stem-and-leaf plot surface tape time series



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  2. Give one card to each player.
  3. Call off words randomly, for example by using a call list. You can either just say a word, like "line", or you can make up a more involved clue involving line.
  4. When a word is called, each player should find it and mark it.
  5. The first player(s) to clear five words in any direction (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) wins a small prize.

Notes: How long a bingo game lasts depends on what pace you read the clues at and how many players you have. If you read faster, such as for older or more experienced students, or if you have more players, the game tends to end more quickly. In general, I suggest allocating between twenty and thirty minutes to a bingo game. Since they can potentially end as early as the fourth word called, though that is quite rare, I encourage you to keep playing in the event of the game being over earlier than you expected it to be. Almost 90% of bingo games with a 25 word list and 25 players will see their first bingo within 7 to 11 words being called.