Welcome to my articulation bingo. I created this bingo game to include some of the most common sounds we find to be most difficult for preschoolers and young elementary students. I have used this game with groups of students working on the same sounds (there are 4 varied sets for each sound) but I have also used these with mixed groups working on different sounds (I put each child’s bingo cards in a separate bucket so they take turns filling their bingo boards with their own sounds). My students love the rush of the game and therefore, are motivated to say their speech sounds. I try to make it extra motivating for them by giving a reward to the first person to get bingo (something very simple like getting to play simon says or blow bubbles at the group for them to pop). Little prep is involved in this set. All that is needed is to print, laminate, and then cut-out the bingo cards for each sound. Use regular bingo chips, magnetic chips, fun erasers, or even playdough to cover words. I hope you and your students enjoy!
Thank you for your TPT support!
Caitlyn Gunzel, MS-CCC SLP