Bingo card generator for teachers.
Provide your students with a learning experience that is both enjoyable and effective.
With Schoolhouse Bingo you can easily create educational bingo games and cards to
support and reinforce lessons in any area of the curriculum. Generate bingo games
to enhance learning in mathematics, language arts, science,
social studies, and just about any subject area in which your students will welcome
a change of pace.
"Using the Bingo program for vocabulary review is great! My students have fun, and
almost seem surprised when the result is an increased vocabulary. They didn't study.
They just play, and feel like they become bilingual 'by accident'." - Keith S.,
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Enhance student learning
Whatever the subject area, whatever the skill, with Schoolhouse Bingo you can easily
provide a fun follow-up and review activity to support your lesson objectives and
improve student learning. Simply enter your lesson data in the Data View and the
program will automatically generate the bingo cards and call sheets for you. Print
them, and you're ready to go. And, of course, you can save your bingo games for future
Version 3 makes bingo card generation easier than ever
Version 3 of Schoolhouse Bingo brings a fresh new look with easy navigation ribbon,
four new math bingo generators (percent of number, rounding numbers,
metric measures, and doubles addition), a letters-of-the-alphabet
identification game, an import service for word lists created
in Vocabulary Worksheet Factory, the capability to combine pictures
and text on the cards, and new options and functions to make bingo
card generation for the classroom quicker and easier than ever.
"Between the Schoolhouse bingo program and the 10% discount at the Dollar store,
I've become the most popular teacher in our building. And additionally, I've introduced
the same game at summer school the past few weeks and all the kiddos have increased
their math skills at an exponential rate!" - Susan S., Special Education Teacher,
Seattle, Washington, USA
Designed for the classroom
The built-in random generator ensures that every bingo card is different. The cards
are printed on sheets with as many as 25 bingo cards to a sheet. The multiple cards
can then be used for either multiple games or for the students to play multiple
cards in the same game. Call sheets that make it easy to call the game as well as
check winning combinations are automatically generated for each game.
Because the bingo cards are printed on sheets of regular paper, students can simply
use a pen or pencil to check or cross out the called items. This eliminates the
problem of handing out and collecting markers which is often a bigger exercise in
classroom control than one might think.
To add some variety to the games, the bingo cards can play either the answers or
the questions. For example, your students can find the matching answers to basic
arithmetic operations on their bingo cards while you call out the questions. Or
your students can find the matching basic operations questions on the bingo card
while you call out the answers.
You can also use pictures to create graphical bingo games. For example, call the
names of polygons and students identify the matching shapes.
Math bingo with built-in math generators
Make learning and reviewing the basic math facts and operations an enjoyable task
and an effective learning experience. Easily create a set of math bingo cards with
any of these math generators:
- Telling Time
- Metric Measures
- Quick Facts
- Expanded Notation
- Roman Numerals
- Fractions and Decimals
- Rounding Numbers
Fast game construction with built-in data sets
Use the built-in data sets for quick game construction and even more educational
fun and motivation. The data sets include:
- Periodic Table of Elements
- Phonetic Alphabet
- French - English
- Literary Terms
- Dolch Sight Words
- Past Tense
- Rhyming words
- Countries and Capitals
- States and Capitals
- Classic Bingo
||See exactly what the bingo cards and call sheets will look like when printed as
you design them.
||Change the look of the bingo cards by changing the font or adding color.
||Control the number of bingo cards to be printed on each card sheet.
||Design the cards in portrait or landscape orientation with the page setup dialog.
||Regulate the difficulty of the game by selecting the number of active items.
||Choose to have a free cell or not.
||Browse through ideas in the help documentation for different ways to play the games,
e.g., black-out, form-a-letter, picture-frame, etc.
||Use either pictures or text on the bingo cards.
||A set of activation features providing control over the answers and clues to be
used for the bingo cards.
||Ribbon navigation brings the most used features out in the open making them easy
to access, and eliminating the need for drop down menus that hid features and were
sometimes difficult to work with.
||Create smaller (or larger bingo cards) by adjusting the number of card rows and
columns. The smallest cards can be 3 x 3 while the largest cards can be 7 x 7. You
can customize the size to match the needs of your students.
||Both a spell checker and thesaurus have been added to the bingo program. The spell
checker has US, UK, Spanish, French and German spelling dictionaries. The thesaurus
is US English-only.
||Optional header and footer fields for both the bingo card sheets and call sheets.
||Many customization options, including separate font controls for the column headers
(B I N G O).
||The Recent Games list on the Start page and in the File menu provides quick access
to recently saved games.
"Just wanted to let you know I really enjoy using both the Vocabulary Builder and
Bingo Card Maker. I really appreciated having to type the vocab. words and definitions
one time for each activity. This feature is a real time-saver for me! FYI - My class
enjoyed playing Bingo (with their social studies words and definitions) last Friday.
They even asked to play it after the next chapter." - Cal R., St. Louis, Missouri