Are you a teacher or perhaps know one? If so, wouldn’t it be great to be able to create custom bingo game cards to augment daily lessons?

Here are a few easy steps to creating bingo cards that will help your students make easy work of remembering the people and facts that make Independence Day particularly special:

  1. As you go over your Independence Day lesson plans, jot down a few keywords from the lesson that you’d especially like your students to remember.
  2. Create your custom bingo cards at Bingo Card Creator. (Free trial, no download needed!)
  3. Laminate your bingo cards (or print them out on waterproof card stock) so you can use them again and again, class after class.

Note: It might be helpful to try out your bingo cards before having them laminated, just to make sure you are happy with the words you chose to put on the cards. The nice thing about having a program to create custom bingo cards is that you can easily create new cards as your lesson plans change.

Bingo is a great way to build vocabulary and word recognition skills in children. Having fun while learning about Independence Day will also make it more likely that your students will remember all you’ve taught them when summer vacation rolls around.