Via the @BISDwiredTeam: Tom Spall, Brittni Branton, and Troy Kuhn

Fab Find Friday: Use Flippity to Play BINGO

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Try Flippity BINGO in Your Classroom!
Do you want to do a BINGO review with your students, but don’t have time to print sheets and gather BINGO markers? Or, maybe you just don’t want to use that much paper? Then try Flippity’s BINGO.
All you have to do is copy and paste your terms into the provided spreadsheet. You have to have a minimum of 25 terms, but no maximum.
Flippity will generate a list of terms, give you the option of how many boards you want, and you can print it out or play digitally. The best part about playing digitally is that it gives you a link to send to your students (post on Google Classroom). Each link has a different card for each student.
When you want to mark a square on your BINGO card, you just click inside the square for a marker to appear. If you made a mistake, you can click the square again and it will take the marker off the square.
The other nice option is the ability to clear your card and get a totally new, different board after each game. No more interrupting the game to get a new BINGO card!

BINGO can be used to review in any subject. Check out the photos from an Algebra II class playing Flippity’s BINGO.

The best part is you don’t have to walk to the copier/printer for this online activity!

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