Sight Words Bingo is a great game to play at home, in a classroom or homeschool setting, and to reinforce distance learning. Players can’t wait to cover the next square and everyone loves the anticipation and excitement of each item called. Until the moment someone says, “BINGO!” … it’s anyone’s game to win!
BUILD ESSENTIAL SKILLS – TREND Bingo delivers learning and FUN. Sight Words is a great classroom or family Bingo game for ages 5 to adult. The interactive play gets kids excited to find and match each written sight word to the word called. Play many rounds to practice reading 46 sight words, increase vocabulary, and build reading and spelling skills. This isn’t just for children, it’s also a great activity for language learners of any age to hear sight word pronunciations and read words in English.
SOCIAL SKILLS, LISTENING, AND CONCENTRATION … FOR THE WIN – It’s hard to win just by luck, players need to rely on listening and concentration skills too. Bingo is one of the most fun ways to practice listening, and every player builds valuable concentration skills as they carefully mark their cards. Win or lose, children get real-life experience showing sportsmanship, perseverance, and patience.
FLEXIBILITY TO PLAY YOUR WAY –There’s no wrong way to play Bingo! Start with an easier version and work your way to covering the whole card. Exchange cards, switch to a new caller, and play again and again. Every game is full of luck-of-the-lotto so it’s still challenging for older siblings and adults to win, yet eases youngsters into game play and learning to read common sight words.
LARGE OR SMALL-GROUP PLAY – Bingo doesn’t need a large event or crowd to be fun! Each game includes enough supplies for up to 36 players, but each easily adapts to play with as few as two players. Small groups can decide to have a caller who is also a player or take turns drawing a calling card and reading it or showing it to all players.
EACH BINGO GAME CONTAINS – 36 Bingo cards (6½ inches x 9 inches each), 264 red paper Bingo chips, 46 calling cards, a calling mat, and play instructions. All pieces come in a sturdy storage box.
ALL AGES CAN PLAY TOGETHER –The answers to young-learner Bingo might seem easy to older kids and adults, but luck-of-the-draw still makes winning a challenge and keeps play exciting for everyone. Older siblings love to help younger kids read the words on their cards and search for a match – the teamwork is priceless!