Aussie Bingo

 

 

Students are given a blank BINGO sheet and fill it with terms that they think the teacher will present in an introductory presentation to Australia.  As students watch and listen to the presentation, they check off the terms in their boxes.  When they have “covered” their card, they can say “bingo!”

 

Students may be given categories from which to select terms or can randomly determine them.  The BINGO card may be three, four, or five squares and with or without a blank center square.  This strategy may be adapted to other countries, regions, or topics.

 

 

 

 

 


Aussie Bingo

 

 

Multicultural

 

 

Marsupials

 

Dry Landscapes

 

 

Fragile Land

 

Eucalyptus Tree

 

Harsh Environments

 

Stable Land

 

 

Preservation

 

Varied Ecosystem

 

Extinction

 

Crocodile

 

Erosion

 

 

Ancient Land

 

Isolated

 

Little Topsoil

 

Unique Land

 

Wollemi Pines

 

 

British

 

Urban

 

Biodiversity

 

Aborigines

 

Emu

 

 

Billabong

 

“No Worries!”

 

Habitats

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aussie Bingo

 

 

Animals

 

Aborigines

 

Activities

 

Cities

 

States

 

Kangaroo

 

 

Didgeridoo

 

Surf

 

Sydney

 

Queensland

 

Wallaby

 

Boomerang

 

Rugby

 

Melbourne

 

New South Wales

 

Koala

 

 

Dreamtime

 

Soccer

 

Canberra

 

South Australia

 

Crocodile

 

Bush Food

 

Aussie Rules Football

 

Brisbane

 

Victoria

 

Platypus

 

 

Indigenous

 

Swim

 

Cairn

 

Western Australia