Monday, January 09, 2012

ABC's Bingo- free printable!

I have a little kindergartener who is working on learning his letters and letter recognition.  In order to help him with it at home I made an ABC bingo game.  It turned out pretty cute and has been a great way for us to review.

I also have used it with my preschooler.  It has been really versatile.  For a beginner game, you can say the letter and show the card and let the kids find it.  For a little more challenge, just say the letter and see if they can find it without seeing what it looks like.  And for a more advanced game you can say the letter sound and have the kids find the letter that goes with the sound.

Anyway, I thought it might be nice to share.  So if any of you have little ones that need help with their ABC's, play some bingo!

















I made 8 game cards plus the calling cards.  Just print as many as you need onto cardstock and cut out the calling cards.  Enjoy!

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8 comments:

Kathy@DandelionsandDustBunnies said...

These will be perfect for my little preschooler too. Can't wait to give them a try. We're trying to recognize letters now (since we know the song) and this will be perfect. Thanks for sharing. I think I'll laminate these too.

CacheyMama said...

Thanks. I'm pinning this!
Lori @ Cachey Mama’s Classroom

Suzanne said...

So cute and a fabulous idea!

presschimp said...

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lauren said...

How can I print this properly because when I choose to print they show up very small :( .

Linda said...

These look awesome but I don't get how to print them.. Can someone help me?

Krystal said...

All you have to do is click on each age to view it full size, then right click and hit "save image". Then you can print them however you'd normally print a picture or save them to a disk and have somewhere print them for you. Hope that helps!

Megan Kenzie Vernon said...

I was looking for upper/lower case pairs on Bingo cards, so this is great.
One suggestion: Change to a font where the lower case a is written the way we teach kids to print it, just the circle with a line.
Thanks!

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