My little ones love playing BINGO. It's a great way to help your students master the art of listening, paying attention, and hone their visual discrimination skills.
I also like the concept of having the children build their own BINGO cards. It allows the students to practice their cutting/gluing skills and create a BINGO card that is unique to each one of them.
I do a few different things for prizes: small candy canes, Dollar Store stickers, pencils, erasers, and mini-bubbles. We have also been know to play with no prizes at all. I think this helps remind the little ones that sometimes we just do things for the fun of it!
The file contains:
* Cut and glue images
* Build a BINGO (base) card
* Teacher Call cards
* Token/marker sheet maker
The file is "printer friendly" and all images and cards are in black and white.
Click HERE to head to TpT for this fun freebie.