1. Facilitator explains that they will be playing Bingo.
a. Each student will receive a Sun Bingo worksheet
b. There are nine spaces—one of those spaces is a free space.
c. The students will have a minute to put the words in the spaces of the Bingo board, wherever they want.
d. Facilitator will ask the question. The answer to that question will be one of the words on the board.
e. Without saying what the answer is, you will mark what you think the correct answer is. The free space is automatically a marked space.
f. If you get three in a row, you have to raise your hand and say, “Bingo!”
g. Whoever gets three in a row up and down, across, or diagonally (Facilitator should hold up a sheet and point to show what s/he means by this) wins. But he/she will have to show the board to the Facilitator to check that the answers they have were actually the answers to some of the questions that were asked.
2. Facilitator hands out Sun Bingo worksheet
to students and gives them a minute or so to fill out the sheet with the words.
3. Facilitator uses Bingo Questions
handout to ask the students questions.
4. Facilitator gives students who get Bingo stickers.