This is an awesome 116 page Beginning Sound BINGO and Long vs. Short Vowel Game that includes multiple activities with modified versions and low ink options!
1.) Beginning Sound BINGO - included are 25 different BINGO cards (students will not be able to peek at their neighbors card to help them figure out each item since each is different). Each card contains colored pictures with a label under each. The call cards consist of 30 sounds in which the teacher calls out, "I have 'r'! If you have a word that starts with the 'r' sound, mark your card!"
VARIATION 1: There is another version of 25 BINGO cards that do not contain labels which increases the difficulty as the students are left without a visual cue to help them figure out what sound they are listening to. If you laminate the cards, you can have the students mark their cards with dry erase markers! Instead of using BINGO chips, they can write the target sound on the picture (example: "I have a 'p', if you have a picture that begins with this sound, write the letter over it" - so they would write a "P" on the picture of popcorn).
VARIATION with Vowel Sounds: Included in the 30 call cards are both the short and long version of each vowel. On each card there are no vowels that contain both the long and short version for one vowel (e.g., no card will have both "acorn" and "apple" or "icicle" and "iguana"). This allows you more freedom if you haven't covered long vs. short vowels just yet. In this case, you would just announce the vowels the same as the consonants).
*There are low ink/B&W versions for all 25 cards for each variation of the BINGO sets!*
SHORT vs. LONG Vowel Game: Included is a game board and playing cards. Each student will draw a card and have to indicate weather the picture on the card begins with a long or short vowel. If they answer correctly, they can move the number of spaces indicated on the card.
Activity suggestion: If the student lands on a space with a picture on it, have them identify the beginning sound for that picture in order to earn a bonus turn.
- You can also print out multiple copies of this game and have the students play in small groups. (If you need pieces to move with - print, cut, and laminate all of the small images provided on page three and use these and game pieces to move. You can have the students be the piece that represents the beginning sound of their first or last name!)
As always, there are low ink/B&W versions for the vowel game as well!
These are some great activities to do with a whole class, during push-in time for SLPs, or in small groups! The children are involved in the learning process and have fun while doing it!! You can also send home a few BINGO cards and a call card to have parents practice these beginning sounds with their kids at home.
Check out some other great resources here!
I Have, Who Has? - Beginning Sounds!
"If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" Book Companion with Language Activities
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