Make your own IXL BINGO Boards!

Motivate more learning with these new printables

January 30, 2020

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In the Classroom

Looking for a fun way to encourage learning and track progress? Check out IXL’s new BINGO Boards! 

You can customize the boards to match your exact learning goals. Plus, update the squares and use the board again and again throughout the year! 

Here are some ideas:

  • Unit learning: Have students fill up their board with IXL skills from your unit syllabus or skill plan. When they master the skill, they earn the square! At the end of the unit, students can turn in their winning board for bonus points.
  • Standards tracking / test prep: Fill up the board with all the IXL skills aligned to a standard, and award prizes to each winner. This is a great way to track students’ progress! At the end of the year, have students go back through the list of skills they didn’t master, and select skills to add to their new Test Prep BINGO board.
  • School breaks: For optional practice over the break, write in skill codes that you want students to work on. Give students prizes and recognition for winning BINGO when they come back!
  • Matching answers: Take screenshots of IXL questions and put them in a slide deck. Include each of the answers in random order on the opening slide, and have students fill up their cards with the answers. Then, go through the questions as a class. If students have the matching answer on their board, they can mark off that square!
  • Fun square ideas:
    • Practice a “Keep it up” skill on your IXL Recommendations Wall.
    • Answer 10 questions per week in the Diagnostic arena for 3 weeks in a row.
    • Teach a friend or family member how to do a skill that you’ve mastered.
    • Work on a recommendation from the Diagnostic.

Choose from three different themes and download your BINGO board!

 

 

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All Comments (4)

elizabeth February 20, 2020 at 5:21 am

Could you possibly put a gray scale format of this. That way it could be printed on colored paper. Our school does not allow any color copies, but kids need color!

Thank you

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The IXL Team February 24, 2020 at 5:24 pm

Hi Elizabeth — We understand, and we’ve added a grayscale version of the BINGO board! If you have further questions or need anything else, please feel free to email help@ixl.com!

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charlene February 20, 2020 at 7:27 pm

I would like to make a bingo board but i don’t know how to make one?

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The IXL Team February 24, 2020 at 5:28 pm

Hi Charlene — Simply download one of the BINGO board PDFs above and customize it to your liking!

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