I decided that I didn't want to contain this activity within my classroom because the kids would be antsy and needed to move around, so I made this activity like a scavenger hunt. I wrote the selfie directions with Quizlet so that I could print them out in a large format and change them anytime I want. An added benefit is that you can simply copy the Quizlet set to your own account and edit them the way you want as well. You can find the selfie descriptions Here. Each selfie description was marked with B1 B2, B3...I1, I2, I3...etc so students could mark their own BINGO sheets and selfies. I tried to make sure to make instructions that could be met using Snap Chat filters so students could easily make the selfie and move on. Finally, I cut the questions out and taped them all over the school in places that would cause the least disruption; like stair wells and commons areas.
At the beginning of each class, I put students into groups of 3-4 and gave each group a blank BINGO sheet. I then showed them my example of a selfie that I've shared here. I showed them that they had to not only take a selfie specified by the directions , but also had to write what the selfie was of and specify which BINGO square it covered. The team that was first to BINGO and the team that filled the most squares would get extra credit. Students uploaded their selfies to an file I created on schoology.com, but you can use any number of collaborative sites for this. After that, I let them loose on the school and everyone seemed to have a good time with very few complaints from my colleagues.