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5 Social Emotional Learning Bingo Games

Updated: Nov 11, 2022

We've created 5 SEL Bingo's for:

Read below for best practices and reflection questions for each bingo game. Download them all for free below to print out and use with your students! We hope you enjoy them.


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Best Practice: Do the Get to Know You Bingo as a fun brain break, opener, or closer in one sitting. You can do this in a circle or break your students up in small groups or pairs for more intimate discussion or a more introverted group. This is challenge by choice so students can be called on to share as much or as little as they like.


Reflection Questions: Why do you think this activity is important to play this week especially? Why did we make this challenge by choice? (If in pairs or smaller groups), Why do you think we did this activity in smaller groups?


Best Practice: Do the Diversity Bingo as an opener or closer to a diversity lesson or discussion. This can be great to use to ease your way into the topic or to wrap up a discussion and celebrate each other's diversities. To be done together in a circle. This is challenge by choice so students can be called on to share as much or as little as they like.


Reflection Questions: Why do you think this is important to discuss? Where there any ones missing from here that you thought should be included? Did anyone's answers surprise you?


Best Practice: Do the 3B's Bingo in small groups or pairs. These questions are meant to be discussed. Have students pick their own question that they would like to answer in their groups or pairings. Hand this printable out at the start of the week and challenge your students to have a conversation answering a different question with as many different people as they can throughout the week. This is challenge by choice so students can be called on to share as much or as little as they like.


Reflection Questions (for the end of the week): Why do you think this is important to discuss? What was your favorite/ least favorite question to ask? What was your favorite/ least favorite question to answer? Why?

Best Practice: Hand out the Kindness Bingo at the beginning of the week. Challenge students to fill this out through the course of the week. Explain to your students that this is not a challenge to see who can complete this the fastest and the bingo serves as an inspiration of ideas to be kind throughout the week.


Reflection Questions (for the end of the week): What was your favorite kindness activity to do? What was your favorite kindness activity to receive from someone? Why?



Best Practice: Do the Gratitude Bingo as a mingling pair activity. Have students complete 1-3 boxes per parter, and then switch partners until the whole chart is completed. Use this as an ice melter, fun brain break, opener, or closer in one sitting. This is challenge by choice so students can be called on to share as much or as little as they like.


Reflection Questions: Why do you think it is important to practice gratitude? Do you think gratitude is always present or do you have to focus on it? What was your favorite box to answer? What was your favorite of your partners answers? Why do you think we changed partners in this activity? How do you feel now versus when we started this activity?


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