The Apple Bingo pack includes six bingo cards and one sheet of calling cards. I suggest printing on cardstock and laminating for durability. This will help your activity pack last longer.
Apple Bingo Game
Did you know that playing bingo helps little ones build skills? So, not only is it a fun game to play, but it's a great teaching tool, as well.Bingo games help children build their visual discrimination skills. In this particular game, kids need to determine whether they're looking for a girl or a boy, a red apple or a green one, a whole apple or a bitten apple. Little ones work on hand-eye coordination as they look at the card drawn, find the match on their bingo board, and mark the square with a marker.
With six bingo boards, this is the perfect activity for groups. It can also be played independently. Have kids choose two bingo cards. Turn the bingo cards upside down. Choose a card, mark the bingo boards, and see which board fills up first.
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Tara from Homeschool Preschool
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