Grades: Pre-K | Age: 2-5 | Written by:
[Erin is a social worker from Pennsylvania]
Preschoolers will learn about letters as they play a traditional game of bingo.
What You Need:
What You Do:
- Cut pieces of construction paper in half to make your Bingo boards (I used 3 pieces of paper to make 6 boards)
- Then draw 4 vertical and 4 horizontal lines equally spaced on the paper to make your squares and draw a box around them. Label them BINGO.
- Fill the boxes in with different letters of the alphabet.
- Take another piece of construction paper and cut out 26 squares. Label each square with a letter of the alphabet and place it in a sandwich bag.
- You can buy Bingo chips at the dollar store or just cut up pieces of construction paper and use those as chips.
- You play just like regular Bingo except instead of calling numbers, you pull letters from the bag.
The kids I work with love this game. We play 4 corners, whole board, one specific row, etc.
Traditional bingo excitement meets letter recognition in this fun, educational game! With 5 different ways to play Alphabet Bingo, everyone has a chance to win. A super introduction to the alphabet that lets kids have fun, too. Includes 36 playing cards, 1 reference sheet, 1 calling mat, 26 calling cards, game chips and playing instructions. Ages 4+.
Bingo Card Generator
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