1) Create a template with 30 5x5 boards. Letter the first one in order (A-Y), then randomly scramble the rest of the boards with the letters. I put a "Z" at the top that will eventually become my title to the game. My template took me some time to create, mainly because I had to individually type in the letters, and I'm just super picky with making it look perfect! Here is what my template looks like:
You can create your own, if you'd like to save some time, you can check out mine here!
2) Now, I am going to use my Pythagorean Theorem game example to show how I turned these letters into the answers. Click "Replace" in the upper right corner. In the "Find what" field, type in 'A', then type your answer to your first game question, for example the answer to my first question of my Pythagorean Theorem game is 8.9, so I typed 8.9 into the "Replace with" field. Then click "Replace All"
Microsoft Word will tell you that it made 30 replacements. So all A's are now 8.9. Click Ok.
3) Do the same process for B through Y.
4) Now for the game title. Just do the same process with the "Replace" function. Replace "Z" with the name of your game, in my case "Pythagorean Theorem Bingo!"
Then you are done! You now have 30 individual boards to play bingo!
The final product will look like this: