Who doesn’t love a good game of Bingo?
This is a Google Slide deck for Bingo. Share in Google Classroom as “Make a copy” and you can play infinite games infinitely. Students drag the numbers into the grid and then when the teacher calls the number they can drag the dot onto the number.
Bingo Interactive Google Slide deck
I am always up for some good number practice. In my perfect lesson plan there would be some attention to numbers every day- I just feel like students always need more practice. Of course, there’s a ton of ways for students to practice listening to numbers, but not so many for them to practice speaking on their own.
Google Voice Typing to the Rescue!
I created this document and video to explain what to do for students to practice their numbers. Basically, students say the number in the TL and Google recognizes their voice and fills in the number. Though not perfect; it’s pretty darn good. Of course, I chose the numbers that give early learners the most difficulty and the ones which they mix up the most.
Voice Type Numbers Document
Video Explaining How it Works (for students)
My favorite feature of Google Slides is that you can use them for everything else besides delivering content. I’ve made a Google Slide deck for Bingo. Share it with students as “make a copy for each student” in Google Classroom and play away. Directions are on the first slide. Click on the link and it will prompt you to make a copy.
Bingo Google Slides