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Bingo Games for Lanuage Arts Students

Updated on April 16, 2012

Help Them Hit the Ground Learning

Isn't that a great idea? I first heard that idea from my children's elementary school principal. Here's a great way to help kids improve their letter recognition and word recognition, learn important concepts such as letter sounds and phonics. . These games are fun and sure to help kids enjoy the learning process. Don't see the game that you'd like? Visit www.uncommoncourtesy.com to check out hundred's of bingo games and concentration sets that I've developed.

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Grammar Bingo

This is a great way to help kids learn the basic rules of grammar. If a word on the card is called, the player cannot cover the square unless he or she is the first person to correctly identify the word as a noun, adjective, or verb.

Irregular Noun Bingo
Irregular Noun Bingo

Irregular Noun Bingo

 

Mixed Metaphor Bingo
Mixed Metaphor Bingo

Mixed Metaphor Bingo

Here's a bingo game that's sure to bring a chuckle to the player's lips as well as help them learn more about metaphors: Mixed Metaphor Bingo! Players can have fun straightening out the metaphors or just visualizing what these wacky phrases might look like. This bingo game is great to play at home, in the classroom, at a party, or as a birthday party activity for teens and adults!

What other bingo games should I make?

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