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Weather and Climate Science BINGO Activity

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Grade 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11



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Your students will love this engaging science review activity. Everyone loves BINGO and it makes for a great review activity that is fun and competitive.

This interactive game reinforces key scientific concepts and theories, ensuring curriculum relevance and accuracy.

The game package includes 36 unique 4x4 bingo cards featuring essential terms and concepts from Weather and Climate, a set of call-out cards with clear and concise definitions tailored to the students' level, and detailed gameplay instructions.

The included terms encompass a wide range of topics, such as; Atmosphere, Precipitation, Evaporation, Condensation, Humidity, Wind, Temperature, Climate, Weather Front, Weather, Meteorology, Greenhouse Effect, Air Pressure, Climate Change, Troposphere, and Stratosphere.

To play, simply distribute the bingo cards to your students along with markers or chips. Read out the definitions from the call-out cards in a random order, and have students place a marker on the corresponding term on their card. The first student to complete a row or column exclaims "Bingo!" and emerges victorious. Following the game, engage in a discussion of the terms to reinforce understanding and clarify any misconceptions. The beauty of this game is that it allows for multiple rounds of learning and review.

Teachers will appreciate the game's ability to encourage active participation and engagement in the classroom setting, catering to various student learning styles and promoting differentiated learning. By matching definitions to terms on their bingo cards, students actively engage with the material, enhancing their retention and comprehension of complex scientific theories.

Here is a sample from the instructions.

BINGO – Instructions, Terms, and Descriptions


Cut out and distribute the BINGO cards to your students. Each student will get a unique card. Students can use markers or chips to cover squares that have been called.


Print out and cut out each term/description below – these are the call-out cards. Fold each call-out card and place in a hat or box and remove one at a time. After you’ve read the call-out card description, your students are to place a marker on the term associated with the description located on their card.


The first student to get 4 in a row horizontally or vertically, wins. Ensure accuracy by checking marked terms on student card to the called-out descriptions.

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