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Virtual Bingo Game for Students | Create an Online Bingo Game in Under 5 Minutes!

Vestal’s 21st Century Classroom
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Creating a virtual bingo game for students is an easy and fun way to review content when teaching remotely. In this ed tech tutorial, I’ll show you the easiest and fastest way to create a virtual bingo game that students will love. You will be able to generate a free set of bingo cards and push them out to students in under five minutes. Happy teaching!

0:00 – Intro
1:15 – Create Bingo Cards
4:15 – Share Bingo Game with Students
8:40 – Play Virtual Bingo

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15 Comments

  1. I'm sorry, I don't know how to download them once I created the cards. I don't see a button for it.

  2. Woooooow 🥰 thank you.
    I'm from Guatemala, I'm a teacher
    And I like your videos. Thanks for share us.
    (bad English) 😁

  3. Thanks for the video. I like it. I'm a student in curriculum development

  4. 👋 from Bahamas….Excellent vedieo as always!!! Thanks a million..I will give this bingo a go. Along with math, science, parts of speech and social studies will be awesome for this activity. This can also be used for checking vocabulary from varies subject the options are wide! Have an excellent week😁

  5. Simple but effective, thanks for great advice, thanks for sharing

  6. I decided not to go ahead with the bingo night in the end as I feel it’s complicated to understand, so I decided to stick to singing and DJing instead & quizzes as feel it better for me

    you just made look easy

  7. Hi. I tried this with my students but everyone could see what the others wrote in their screens. Can you please help me?

  8. Thanks for this video! Do you think I could use it on cellphone devices?

  9. I followed your video but when I went to copy and paste the link into google classroom or a new tab I did not get a new bingo card. It is always the same number. So what do I do?

  10. Hi! Thank you so much for sharing with us! I am an English teacher in Chile, South America. I would love to review vocabulary with my students through a bingo game. Do you know if it is possible to get cards with words and images? We used to play a bingo like that when we were at school but I haven't been able to do it online. I always watch your videos, you have helped me a lot. Thanks a ton.

  11. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!! You are just amazing!! It helped me a lottt!!

  12. Can you help me how to find out that the child is crossing the right answer while I call out the questions?

  13. Nice job on this video! Very easy to follow. I was already using this program to create bingo cards pre-covid. It's nice to know how to do it via zoom.

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