The National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW) Bingo game educates players about topics and facts related to drug and alcohol use. Anyone can use the NDAFW Bingo game: classrooms, school-wide groups, community groups, and others.
Instead of displaying the words “BINGO” at the top, the game cards (linked below) display “NDAFW.” (You can print the cards provided or make your own.) The center of the card is an empty ('free') space; the other blocks are filled with terms related to NDAFW.
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The caller (teacher, RA, or mentor) calls out a word from the NDAFW Vocabulary Sheet (linked below) and reads the definition that goes with that word. The game continues until one of the players has a winning BINGO pattern (up, down, across, or diagonal).
After the game ends, callers can finish reading the vocabulary words that weren’t called and their definitions.
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- Download Bingo Cards (PDF, 21MB)
- Download Vocabulary Sheet (PDF, 1MB)