Body Part Bingo
- Supplies Needed: White Construction Paper, Pen/Marker, Crayons, Scissors
Body Part Bingo can be a lot of fun and it’s a great way for kids to learn about human anatomy. When you play Bingo the normal way, there will be roughly 25 boxes on each specific Bingo Card. 24 of them are unmarked with one square usually colored black. It is often the box in the middle, but you might see something else depending on the Bingo you’ve played.
Simply use construction paper (white is best), and draw out the Bingo Cards. Cut them out when finished and either draw the body parts or simply list their name inside each box. Of course, be sure to make all Bingo Cards different. Otherwise, you’ll run the risk of everyone winning. This is the cut-throat world of Bingo, moms, you must have one winner only. Bingo like this can be played in many ways, and it’s always one of the science games for kids that everyone can enjoy.