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Endangered Species Bingo (Age 7 to 11)

Produced by ARKive, this engaging activity introduces students to the concept of endangered species and what it means when a species becomes extinct. After a class discussion about endangered species and the different endangered statuses, knowledge is reinforced by playing Endangered Species Bingo. The 'caller' has a set of cards, each illustrating an endangered species. The players have game cards containing images of the endangered species. The goal of Endangered Species Bingo is to place five markers in a row horizontally, diagonally or vertically on their game board. The first to get five species in a row is the winner. The resource contains all the materials necessary to play the Endangered Species Bingo game.

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