Running low on content to post for your school social media?
Feel like a broken record reminding staff to send in the great things happening in their school?
Rejuvenate excitement in your staff with a fun Bingo Photo Challenge! Plus, who doesn’t love bingo?!
Here is what you need to do:
- Print off and distribute the bingo sheets to your staff.
- Email them the directions so they know how to play and when the contest will be running from. For example:
Are you ready for a little friendly competition? Grab a bingo sheet from the front office. Complete as many of the photo challenges as you can and make sure to send them with a little description to (add the email address of your social media manager). The first four people to email me after getting a double bingo (two bingos any direction) will win a $5 gift card. The first person to email me after getting a blackout bingo (all the spots completed) will receive a lunch of their choice. Please let me know if you have any questions. This contest will run from ________________. Let the game begin!
- Once you receive an email stating that someone has completed one of the challenges, just double-check with your social media manager to make sure those photos and descriptions were sent their way.
Now you should have a whole bunch of great photos to use whenever you notice a lull in content! You could even grab a photo or two to pair with a great quote for your Motivational Monday posts.
Here some great photos that we received from staff members who participated in the challenge:
#SchoolSchool4EDU has created bingo sheets for you that are ready to print and use! Just sign in with your email address and we will send you the sheets for FREE!
Also, don’t forget to check out our other blog posts such as 50 More Ideas and What to Post When You’re Short on Content for more inspiration to increase social media posts for your school!
This post was written by Ashley Peggs, a Social Media Account Manager for SocialSchools4EDU. When Ashley isn’t working on school social media, she also works on her own blog and social media accounts which are tailored to parents and educators.
Mike Hampton says
An interesting article and topic for debate, I’m not sure whether or not bingo should be promoted within a schoool setting, don’t you think it will lay the foundations for gambling in the child brain >
Andrea Gribble says
This Bingo related game is for the teaching staff. I really don’t think it relates to gambling at all – but I appreciate you sharing your thoughts!