This download includes 6 black and white BINGO boards with 24 Earth Day pictures and one set of calling cards.
Print a different board for each student. Have the student color the board while discussing the pictures. Discuss vocabulary related to Earth Day. Take this opportunity to gather intervention data on any skills (including articulation, verbs, pronouns, sentence completion, etc.) Cut apart the calling cards and place in a bowl. Pull the cards one at a time and call out the card. Each student can use a penny, bingo chips, or marker to cover the called image on their board. The first student with 5 in a row wins and shouts BINGO!
Recommended speech and language BINGO adaptations:
Describing BINGO: pull out each picture and give a physical description of the item.
Classifying BINGO: name the category of the item on the calling card.
Articulation carryover BINGO: Use a carrier phrase for each card when called. ie: I spy…. or I found….
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