Grab this bundle of no-prep math and literacy games for fun skills practice!
These single player games are great for center work and independent practice.
How to play
1- Grab a die, a playing piece, and Do-a-Dot markers or something to color or cover the spaces.
2- Have the student put a playing piece anywhere on the perimeter of the board.
3- As the student rolls the die to move around the board, (s)he should follow the directions when landing on a space. For example, on one game children will count the money in the piggy bank and dot a matching amount on the Bingo board. For another game, they will name the picture, count the syllables, and dot the corresponding number on the Bingo board.
4 - When the learner has dotted, colored, or covered five spaces in a row, the game is over.
Want this to be a two-player activity? Simply print two games for students to play side by side. The first to get a BINGO, wins.
Get a variety of games - in varying levels of difficulty - for the skills below!
matching upper and lowercase letters
writing upper and lowercase letters
identifying rhyming words
naming beginning and ending sounds
naming beginning and ending digraphs
identifying beginning blends
reading CVC words
reading silent e words
reading bossy r words
reading long vowel words
reading sight words
naming compound words
choosing end punctuation
counting with ten frames
counting money (with American, Canadian, and Australian coin options!)
identifying 2D and 3D shapes
working with place value
naming basic fractions
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