Independent Learning Bingo 1 Bingo Cards found


Independent Learning Bingo #1

Card Description : Independent Learning Bingo is a great way to motivate and build independence by tapping into individual interests. By providing just enough structure, direction, and motivating student choice, children learn how to learn all by themselves. Items on these bingo cards require just the right mix of STEM, reading, research, creation, and practice to inspire and motivate self-directed learning. To play, simply print a set of bingo cards give one to each student. Then let each person choose the items they would like to complete to get a bingo. And of course, be sure to celebrate the independence and learning achieved when they get a BINGO with a special reward or prize.

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Read for 20 minutes. Create a new card game. Choose a favorite topic. Create a board game. Read for 20 minutes. Practice math facts for 20 minutes.
Practice math facts for 20 minutes. Pick an animal. Learn 5 new facts about it. Find a new use for paper clips. Find a new use for rubber bands. Create a game of bingo using facts about yourself at BingoCardCreator.com
Think of something you could sell. Create a business plan. Make a lego creation for each letter of the alphabet. Write for 20 minutes. Write for 20 minutes.
Write for 20 minutes. Practice math facts for 20 minutes. Organize a charity pretend charity concert. Invent a new way to do a chore. Write a letter to a family member or far-away friend.
Write a thank you letter to a teacher. Write a thank you letter to a military service member. Complete an activity at Code.org. Tell your favorite story using Scratch or Scratch Jr. Complete a random act of kindness.

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How To Play Independent Learning Bingo Bingo Cards

  1. Print and go Independent Learning Bingo, Customize or start from scratch with Independent Learning Bingo bingo cards by logging in or registering your Bingo Card Creator
  2. Give one card to each player.
  3. call off words randomly from the cut-aprt call list automatically genarated when you print your Independent Learning Bingo. You can either just call out the word or give more involved clue where the answer is.
  4. Players mark the word on their card.
  5. Get the prize bag ready! The first player to mark words in an entire row, column or diagonal wins!.

Timing Tips:

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.


Card Customization Tip:

You can use Bingo Card Creator to change the card size. This will help if you do not have a lot of time or for younger audiences.

You can use Bingo Card Creator to add pictures or change the free space to make a truly personalized bingo game .


Words List For Independent Learning Bingo Bingo Cards

  • Read for 20 minutes.
  • Create a new card game.
  • Choose a favorite topic. Create a board game.
  • Read for 20 minutes.
  • Practice math facts for 20 minutes.
  • Practice math facts for 20 minutes.
  • Pick an animal. Learn 5 new facts about it.
  • Find a new use for paper clips.
  • Find a new use for rubber bands.
  • Create a game of bingo using facts about yourself at BingoCardCreator.com
  • Think of something you could sell. Create a business plan.
  • Make a lego creation for each letter of the alphabet.
  • Read for 20 minutes.
  • Write for 20 minutes.
  • Write for 20 minutes.
  • Write for 20 minutes.
  • Practice math facts for 20 minutes.
  • Organize a charity pretend charity concert.
  • Invent a new way to do a chore.
  • Write a letter to a family member or far-away friend.
  • Write a thank you letter to a teacher.
  • Write a thank you letter to a military service member.
  • Complete an activity at Code.org.
  • Tell your favorite story using Scratch or Scratch Jr.
  • Complete a random act of kindness.
  • Explore your house. Record 5 things you never noticed before.
  • Think of something you would like to learn how to do. Watch a YouTube video on how to do it.
  • Create something with yarn.
  • Pick a favorite period of history. Read a book about it.
  • Write new song lyrics to your favorite song.
  • Collect data on a common noise heard in your house. Chart your findings.
  • Collect data on the type of trash thrown away throughout a day. Chart your findings.