Sunday, September 11, 2011

2-D Shapes Bingo for Kids

Kids usually love to play Bingo! So to reinforce the 2-D Shapes that students are learning, I created a blank BINGO CARD for the students. It has 9 boxes, so with the FREE space in the middle of the card, students will need to draw (and label) 8 different shapes in the blank boxes.

 Suggested shapes are:
  1. circle
  2. triangle (3 sides)
  3. quadrilateral (4 sides) or square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid
  4. pentagon (5 sides)
  5. hexagon (6 sides)
  6. heptagon (7 sides)
  7. octagon (8 sides)
  8. nonagon (9 sides)
  9. decagon (10 sides)
Younger students can instead draw (or trace) a large and small circle, square, rectangle, and triangle to fill in the 8 boxes.

The teacher (or an older student) needs to make a set of calling cards that matches all the pictures on the students' cards.

Let the students choose the boxes on their BINGO Card to draw each of their shapes in so that no two cards will be the same. 

Here's a sample!

The Free Bingo Card Template can be downloaded from my website. Click on Free Worksheets.
Click Here: Learning Workroom

Have Fun!

I also have an fun SHAPE BINGO GAME for sale at my TPT Store. Click on the link below if you would like to view the game.





  1. This looks great. I am going to try this out with my little one. She loves learning about shapes and colors

  2. Thanks for stopping by Aisha! BINGO works with kids for so many topics.
    Marcia :)



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