Obama SOTU
U.S. President Barack Obama smiles as he arrives to deliver his State of the Union speech on Capitol Hill in Washington January 28, 2014. The White House will be live streaming this year's State of the Union with a "river of content." Reuters

Watching President Barack Obama deliver his sixth State of the Union address tonight doesn’t have to be boring. Spice up an otherwise dry State of the Union viewing with a game of SOTU bingo. Print out one of these State of the Union 2015 bingo cards before Obama’s address scheduled for 9 p.m. EST and check off the terms you hear the president say during his speech. Whoever gets five in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal row wins. Raise the stakes by awarding a prize to the winner and penalties to the losers. But whether you play alone or with friends, get ready to have some political fun and yell out “Bingo!”

Here are seven of the best SOTU bingo cards from around the Web:

1. My fellow Americans, get excited about jobs, immigration, Cuba and Ferguson with USA Today’s SOTU bingo card.

2. Listen for these words and watch for these images in the House Chamber as you play along with CNN’s State of the Union bingo card.

3. Need more than one card? Print out The Hill’s SOTU bingo game complete with six different cards, which feature both terms and images you might hear and see.

4. Cybersecurity and Internet freedom are hot topics Obama will discuss Tuesday night. Play the Washington Post’s State of the Union bingo tech edition if you think the president will deliver a tech-heavy address.

5. If you’re a school teacher or college professor, the National Constitution Center’s State of the Union bingo is both a fun and educational homework assignment to engage your students in the president’s annual address. Have your students bring in their cards the following class session and discuss Obama’s agenda for 2015.

6. Why play State of the Union bingo when you can play SOTU drink-o? Print out Roll Call's State of the Union drinking bingo card and play responsibly.

7. If you’re more excited for U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst to deliver the GOP response to Obama’s address rather than the State of the Union itself, then the Tea Party Patriots State of the Union bingo game is the card for you.