Time Bingo Games
It is that time of year again- time to teach my students about telling time. We started by creating our own clocks as shown in our post, A Homemade Teaching Clock, played several O’Clock Card Games in partners and as a group using our Coordinate Boards to Play Memory. And just today we created our own bingo boards to practice telling time.
Here is how it works:
Creating the Bingo Board
Print out the templates (available here) choosing which time telling skill you would like your students to practice. Choose between telling time to the hour, half hour or quarter hour OR use a combination of times.
Print out the clock face page that goes with the board as well.
Have students cut out the clock faces, arrange and glue them on the bingo board. Note: Students will only use some of the clock faces on their board.
Playing Time Bingo Games
Student Created Game Boards
Bingo Chips, Pennies or other small items for covering clock faces
Calling cards (print an extra set of clock faces)
Provide each player with a pile of bingo chips, pennies or other small items for covering the clock faces.
Have the caller choose a clock face from the pile and call out the time. Players then cover the correct clock on their board with a chip or penny. I have a student be the caller and give him or her the clock face calling cards for calling.
Continue to play until a player gets Bingo or Blackout.
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This game is available at the following link:
Time Bingo Games from Boy Mama Teacher Mama
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Other time related games from BMTM:
Giant Clock for Teaching Time
O’Clock Card Game
Homemade Clock for Teaching Time
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Bingo is such a great learning tool because it can be adapted to so many areas! I’ve never seen this kind, but it’s a great idea for learning to tell time!