A fun lesson in vocabulary to use for a unit on Bucket Filling. Perfect for use after listening to the story: "Have You Filled A Bucket Today?" by Carol McCloud. This also would be a great addition to any character education unit or character counts. Students will love this interactive game. My students love Bingo games and it is a fun and easy way to differentiate learning in my Special Education classroom. Great for students with Autism, developmental disabilities, or ESL. Set includes 16 Bingo boards (all different) and one set of calling cards.
Vocabulary and Ways to Fill Buckets:
introduce yourself to someone new
write a thank you letter
give a hug
say I love you
open the door for someone
ask someone to play
clean up without being asked
give a gift
help someone read
say good morning
tell a joke
cheer on a friend
~Use as a matching game for students still learning matching skills and the basics of how to play Bingo
~give clues about the picture to see if students can recall the information taught in previous lessons
This is a great way to assess what your students have learned through previous lessons.
I would suggest printing, cutting and laminating the Bingo boards for durability.
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