Bingo games are a wonderful way to reinforce classroom concepts. Now you can use this fun review method with your recorder students! Recorder Bingo helps your students review recorder fingerings. Each player card has animated recorder demonstrating various finger positions. The caller calls out the letter column (B, I, N, G, O) and the note name and students place a chip on the appropriate fingering illustration. There are two levels of play so the game can be used with beginning or intermediate players. Level A contains only left hand notes (G, A, B, C, D) while level B contains nine notes from low C to high D. For a more challenging game, note cards are included for students to identify fingerings from written notation. The game contains: 30 different player cards (each with two levels of play), two decks of caller cards (one for each level), note cards, an answer key and instructions.