Class Bingo is compatible with Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.
Class Bingo is a very simple application developed to help teachers play bingo with their students. Class Bingo prints out a page of random bingo numbers for class sizes from 25 to 99 for the teacher and prints out bingo sheets for the class members. Class Bingo is freeware.
Version 2.1.0 is compatible with Mountain Lion's default security, is compatible with Leopard (OS 10.5 or later), is Intel, and uses a new icon.
When you launch Class Bingo you see the Control Panel.
Use the up/down selector to set the class size (25 to 99) and click on the "Prepare List" button.
Above you see an example of what prepared for the teacher to call random numbers in the class size. The Class Size is shown at the top. Each set of numbers contains all numbers from 1 to the Class Size (42 in this case) and the numbers are scrambled and the bingo cards are unique. To print, click on Make Screenshot / Do It Now in the menu bar. A screenshot titled "Class Bingo Numbers.jpg" will be placed on the desktop and then opened in Preview, ready for printing.
To print Bingo Sheets for the students, the teacher selects the desired batch size (1, 5, 10, 20, 40, or 60) and clicks on File / Print Bingo Card Batch.
Each Bingo Sheet has four unique Bingo Cards using the scrambed numbers from the Class Size (42 in this case).
Class Size is saved between sessions.
Click here to download the Intel version (1.9 MB) for Macintosh OS 10.5 or later (zip).