Mar 12, 2017

St. Patrick's Day High Frequency Words BINGO!

This St. Patrick's Day BINGO game will fit right in with the other activities and crafts you're doing with your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First Grade students. Whether used for a class party or for centers time, it will reinforce the high frequency words you've learned so far this year!
Since everyone was so interested in the Valentine's Day BINGO I share, I'd thought I'd better show you that there's a St. Patrick's Day one too! (And many other themes -click here- are available as well!)

Everyone loves playing BINGO! There's nothing more thrilling than placing that final chip on your card and yelling "BINGO!" As I've said before, BINGO and Heads Up Seven Up where my absolute favorite games to play when I was in elementary school. We mostly played BINGO in music class...it's how I learned the names of various music symbols! If we won, we got a Jolly Rancher-woot-woot!

This St. Patrick's Day themed BINGO includes 30 different game cards, each with its own Valentine's Day themed picture at the top. The shamrock picture in the middle serves as the FREE spot. Use green M&Ms, or pennies even, for your BINGO chips to make it even more fun!

The 42 oversized calling cards make it easy for students to read as you call each word. Reinforcing sight words even more!

These are the words included:

How did I choose which words would go with this game?
Well, I wanted it to be something that students who struggle with HFWs could still have a lot of fun with. So I decided to use the beginning & middle of the Kindergarten Fry list words. If you have students who are advanced with their sight words, give them a pieces of paper and let them use the word in a short sentence in between calls. Or have them write a word that rhymes with it. But most importantly, HAVE FUN when playing this game! It's not intended to frustrate anyone!

Get this game HERE.
This St. Patrick's Day BINGO game will fit right in with the other activities and crafts you're doing with your Preschool, Kindergarten, or First Grade students. Whether used for a class party or for centers time, it will reinforce the high frequency words you've learned so far this year!
Have fun,
& Happy St. Patrick's Day!

~Til next time

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