DiaBingo is the perfect resource for your support group, community events or class instruction.
This educational tool is designed to increase participant’s knowledge of diabetes self-management terms and goals of care.
It’s an invaluable resource for kinesthetic learners and makes learning upbeat and easy.
The questions are designed by our experts to help players become informed about diabetes and self-care in an upbeat and entertaining way. You are welcome to customize these questions as needed to make it relevant to your group.
Up to 30 Can play! Answers sheets and questions are available in English and Spanish.
The player and instructor cards are available for download in English and Spanish below. You just need to print the player cards and pass out beans or chips as markers, so participants can place them on the right answers. The facilitator uses the Master Question and Answer Sheets to yell out the questions. (You can even cut the squares, and place them in a basket to choose the questions at random). Updated in 2019.
Downloadable Answer Cards and Master Questions in English or Spanish – Up top 30 can play!
1.The Leader chooses a question from one of 5 categories: B= Basics, I=Internal Workings, N= Nutrition, G=Goals, O=Oral Meds and Insulin and asks the group the chosen question.
2. The leader then encourages players to yell out the right answer so the whole group can learn the information.
3.The players place a marker on correct answer on DiaBingo Answer card.
4. When a player gets 5 answers that line up in a straight line or diagonal row, they yell “DiaBingo!”
5.The leader then provides a prize, warm accolade or a group cheer.
Thanks for your commitment to improving diabetes knowledge in your community!
This FREE DiaBingo has been updated by Coach Beverly for 2019. Please let us know if any corrections are needed!
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