Incredibly adaptable bingo set for any ESL language imaginable
A bingo game for any situation…. literally.
The problem with the “super-amazing fruits bingo board game” is that while it’s great for that one class every year when you’re teaching fruits, it’s really not going to help you out when you’re teaching animals, or the past perfect continuous construct.
I design all my games and activities first and foremost with one aspect in mind: adaptability. Here is a set of beautifully designed bingo sheets (and colorful printable bingo cards) you can use in the ESL classroom with any language imaginable.
Possible teaching scenarios
-You are teaching a class on the topic of fruits. You are teaching 9 fruits, and simply want to practice drilling the vocabulary. (Bananas, melons …..).
-You are teaching a class on the topic of fruits. You are teaching just 3 fruits, and simply want to practice drilling the vocabulary.
-You’ve already taught a vocabulary class on fruits and now want the students to practice a conversation dialogue such as “do you like apples?” or “what fruit do you like?”.
-You are teaching a class on the past participle and want to to drill a list of 10 example sentences. .
-You want to practice reading a newspaper article together in your class, but don’t want your students to fall asleep.
-You want to practice drilling all the words in the english dictionary.
I have been teaching English in Japan for over 5 years now, and have genuinely used these bingo games for the purpose of drilling and pattern practice (along with my fun variants available in my bingo variants pack) in probably 90% of my classes.
In the pack you will get
Three 5x5 printer friendly bingo boards.
One bonus fun bingo variant board
One printable set of colorful bingo cards (doublesided) for laminating and cutting.
Full instructions on my bingo method.
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