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- Also known as middle school people bingo or middle school human scavenger hunt bingo to mix, mingle, and socialize
- Use for first day of school, extracurricular or after school club, classroom teambuilding activity, or other educational group gathering for 6th, 7th, 8th graders
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How to Play Middle School Icebreaker Bingo
- Writing Utensil like pen or pencil
- Free Middle School People Bingo Printable
- Pass out middle school human bingo printable and writing utensils to participants.
- Decide how Bingo will be determined. This can be by getting 5 in a row (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally), blackout bingo filling up all squares of the card, 2 rows, or some other variation.
- When the game starts, individuals get up and interact with others, introducing themselves and asking questions to find someone who can sign off on one of the items on their bingo card. Each person should sign only one square per card, unless there are not enough participants to each sign a single square.
- The first person to get Bingo should indicate so by shouting, "Bingo!".
- (Optional) Have the winner share who signed which squares on their card.
Middle School Bingo Icebreaker Game
Content and/or features: This middle school human bingo game contains a 5x5 grid with a free space in the center.
There are 24 getting-to-know-you middle school ice breaker questions that players can sign off on including:
- Has a last name with at least 7 letters in it
- Has an older brother or sister
- Has never been on an airplane
- Likes breakfast more than dinner
- Is born in the same month as you
- Is wearing red
- Favorite color is blue
- Gets up before 6:30am
- Can do 14 x 12 in their head
- Can say the alphabet backwards
- Has 2 or more siblings
- Read at least one book over break
- Can sing
- Loves desserts
- Can swim
- Has a passport
- Can name the colors of the rainbow in order
- Favorite food is not pizza or ice cream
- Likes action movies
- Likes one of the same songs as you
- Knows how to use chopsticks
- Favorite holiday is in the second half of the year
- Knows how to ice skate
- Can name at least 4 continents
Color: This printable is in black and white with a small graphic. It is printer-friendly in grayscale.
Format and/or number of pages: This is a single-page 8.5 x 11 inch non-editable PDF.
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