Print all five versions of the bingo card. Cut out the squares and place in a bag.
Read the introductory script (Appendix A) and ask students to tell you what else they know about Ancient Egypt.
While hiding the Arabic numerals, show students the different hieroglyphs (Appendix B) and have them guess which numbers they represent. Invite them to practice using the Egyptian hieroglyphic number system.
Review bingo rules with students and distribute bingo cards (Appendix C) and chips.
Play the game: have student volunteers draw the previously cut Egyptian numeral bingo squares from the bag at random and read them aloud.
When an infinity card (rod-and-ring symbol) is drawn, engage students in a non-fiction story about an Egyptian fact or figurehead (Appendix D) Have them complete the associated task
Incorporate literacy and promote research skills by having students write their own story cards.