Sunday, April 1, 2012


Many teachers enjoy to integrate the traditional game of Bingo into their lesson as a nice review or practice activity.  The time consuming part of the activity is making the actual cards.  Well, now you can use Bingo Baker to make those cards for you.

Type in your words, definitions, math problems, or other identifier on the master Bingo Baker Card.  Then generate and print.  When you print you can select how many pages to create, which prints a pdf file of x number of Bingo Cards, each card being different.

Be sure to save the URL of your master Bingo Card if you want to use those same cards in the future.

Qwiki - search results in video form

Qwiki is a search engine that returns results in the form of a video.  You type in a topic, and a video is played explaining the subject. Try it out at

Now Qwiki has provided a free app. Teachers can quickly provide their class with information about most any topic. Get the Qwiki app here  

 Disclaimer – please preview content before showing to kids, as some results may provide content you don’t want previewed with elementary students especially when related to health topics.  With that said, most of the topics I previewed I’d endorse as fine in front of any students.