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BINGO on uses data from notecard sets to create the BINGO Cards and Calls. BINGO can be played with any notecard set that has at least 10 notecards. Challenge your classmates in the Multiplayer version or play against computer opponents in Single Player. After the game is over you will be shown the winner(s) along with the items you got correct, incorrect and missed.

In addition to the Quiz and Matching Game, BINGO on is a great way to learn new material while having fun.

Single Player (5 X 5)

Multiplayer (3 X 3)

BINGO Card & Call Area

Below is a screenshot and description of the different parts of the BINGO Play Area for both Multiplayer and Single Player . Keep in mind if you are playing with a notecard set that has less than 30 notecards you will use the 3 X 3 BINGO Card instead of the 5 X 5 BINGO Card pictured.

  1. Small version of your BINGO Card(s). To switch between cards either click the card to switch to or use your left and right arrow keys.
  2. "Call BINGO" button. Click this button when you have BINGO.
  3. The BINGO Card you are currently viewing. Click an item to select or deselect it. If an item contains an image hover your mouse over the image to view a larger version.
  4. The Current Call. If you're playing with 5 X 5 cards the Call will include a letter. The top right of the Current Call Area shows the Current Call number and total calls.
  5. Previous Calls. Lists, in order, the Calls that have already been made.

How to Play

BINGO is an easy game to play. Here's how a typical game works:

  1. You will be given 1 to 3 randomly generated BINGO Cards
  2. A random Call is made every few seconds
  3. Select items on your BINGO Card(s) that match the Calls
  4. Once you have selected enough items to match the pattern for the Game Type, click the "Call BINGO!" button
  5. If it's a valid BINGO, a few seconds will be given to the other players to check their card before the game ends. If it's not a valid BINGO the game will continue until someone gets a valid BINGO.

Note 1: If you make 3 invalid BINGO calls your game will be over. In Multiplayer, you will be able to play in the next game.
Note 2: If there is more than 1 item that matches a Call, only 1 item should be selected. It doesn't matter which one. For example, if the Call is "5 + 4" and there is more than one "9" on your BINGO Card only select one.

The 2 Game Types are: 5 In A Row and Cover All. Look below for a description of each game type.

5 In A Row

The 5 In A Row Game Type is used when there are 30 or more notecards available. Calls will include a "B", "I", "N", "G" or "O". For example, if you are playing BINGO for State Capitals and the Call is "B-Texas", look for "Austin" under the "B" letter on your BINGO Card.

A valid BINGO is when 5 items in a row are correctly selected to form a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line.

Cover All

The Cover All Game Type is used when there are less than 30 notecards available. Calls will not include a letter. For exampleif you are playing BINGO for Solar System and the Call is "closest to the sun", look for "mercury" anywhere on your BINGO Card.

A valid BINGO is when all 9 items are correctly selected.

Game Results & Stats

Below is a screenshot of the Game Results of a Multiplayer game. The Single Player Game Results looks the same except there are no BINGO Points awarded.

Note: If 2 or more players make valid BINGO calls the first to call BINGO will be 1st, the next to call BINGO will be 2nd and so on.

Did you notice the "Your Stats" section in the screenshot above? It displays the number of items you selected correctly, incorrectly and the ones you missed in the previous game. Here's a quick explanation of each stat:

  • Correct - The items on your BINGO Card(s) you selected that were correct
  • Incorrect - The items on your BINGO Card(s) you selected that were not called
  • Missed - The items on your BINGO Card(s) you did not select that you should have

To view a detailed listing of the items for a particular stat click the number located to the right of it. Here's an example screenshot of Incorrect Selections:


With Multiplayer you can play BINGO against your friends.

Multiplayer Features:

  1. Up to 40 players per room
  2. Rooms can be created for any notecard set that has 10 or more notecards
  3. Password protected rooms limit the players who can join
  4. Player Chat, including private messages
  5. "Ready Up" to speed up the 45 second intermission to 5 seconds
  6. Bingo Points awarded to the winners

Join or Create a BINGO Room

To join an existing BINGO Room click the "Bingo Rooms" tab at the top (view BINGO Rooms) and click the green "Join" button for the room you want to join.

Follow theses steps to create a new Multiplayer BINGO Room:

  1. While viewing the notecard set you want to play with, click the blue "BINGO" button
  2. Under "Multiplayer" click the "Create new BINGO Room" link
  3. Select your options and click "Create Room"
    • Cards per Player - The number of BINGO cards you and your computer opponents will play with
    • BINGO Card Data - The notecard data (front or back) used to generate the BINGO Cards
    • Allow Chat - Keep checked if you want players to be able to chat with each other
    • Password Protect - Check and enter a password to limit the players who can join the room


There is a 45 second intermission between games. However, if more than half of the players are ready, a player is ready when he/she clicks the "Ready" button, the intermission will be shortened to 5 seconds.

The intermission clock will not start until there are at least 2 players in the room.


Each BINGO Room has a player list and chat area at the bottom of the page (see screenshot below). To post a message simply type your message and click the "Send" button.

To send a private message to one or more players include an at sign, "", plus the player's name in your message. Only the players included in the message will be able to see the message. To quickly add a "" plus the player's name to the message field, either click the bubble next to the player's name in the player list or click the player's name in the chat area. Private messages you receive will be green.

Example private message sent to 2 players: " Hi, this is a private message".

BINGO Points

BINGO Points are awarded to the winners of Multiplayer BINGO games. A list of the top 5 BINGO Players can be found at the top of the Multiplayer BINGO Rooms page. You can find your total BINGO Points on the right hand side of "My Locker".


  • 1st - 9 + (0.5 * number of players you beat)
  • 2nd - 6 + (0.5 * number of players you beat)
  • 3rd - 3 + (0.5 * number of players you beat)
  • 4th or lower - 1 + (0.5 * number of players you beat)

Single Player

Single Player BINGO matches you against 4 computer opponents of different skill levels. Single Player lets you play with MARKED or UNMARKED notecards.

Here are the steps to start a Single Player BINGO game:

  1. While viewing the notecard set you want to play with, click the blue "BINGO" button
  2. Under "Single Player" click the "Play against computer opponents" link
  3. Select your options and click "Start Game"
    • Cards per Player - The number of BINGO cards you and your computer opponents will play with
    • BINGO Card Data - The notecard data (front or back) used to generate the BINGO Cards

Try out these Single Player BINGO Games:
Times Tables
50 US States and Capitals
Periodic Table
NFL Teams
Countries: Flags and Captials
Alphabet for Kids
Difficult SAT/ACT words
Learn How To Tell Time

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